Cognitive skills are essential to out survival and generally decline as we age. But can skill development help with long-term gains?
IE connected with an NCAR scientist, who recently uncovered a surprising link between Australian bushfires and Tropical Pacific Ocean cooling.
In a novel approach, scientists harness the power of tiny microbes to decarbonize the way fuels, drugs, and chemicals are produced.
Resources that are finite on our planet "are abundant in the universe," AstroForge CEO Matt Gialich told IE in an interview.
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Given the challenges of terraforming Mars or Venus, perhaps it would be better to terraform both at the same time
A Q&A session with Brian Lavallee of Ciena, an infrastructure company for deepsea cables and satellites, explores the complexity of 'dual-purpose' underwater cables.
Scientists have developed a non-invasive wireless cardiac monitor with a thickness the same as a piece of paper.
An interview unveils a milestone study on photosynthesis, challenging prior beliefs on electron transfer that could propel new era of renewables.
A new study combines the latest imaging techniques with advanced data analysis and machine learning to uncover a never-before-seen preservation of 400 million-year-old fossils.
A new study uses various experiments to demonstrate that a popular explanation proposed in 2018 for the iron-depleted, oxidized chemistry typical of Earth's continental crust is incorrect.