In their paper, Neutralization Mechanism of a Highly Potent Antibody Against Zika Virus, Associate Professor Lok Shee-Mei and her team at the Emerging Infectious Disease Programme of Duke-NUS furth
Finland may finally be the first country to actually ditch coal for good. The Finnish government appears to be considering banning the burning of coal energy by 2030.
Scientists have discovered that the transport of Sahara Desert dust in the atmosphere may have crucially affected the changes in climate for thousands of years.
The Popocatépetl volcano in Mexico has been under observation since it violently spewed ash vertically into the air, startling locals.
Swiss Greens and Social Democrats from Switzerland have been pushing for a vote toward the country's full exit from nuclear power since the Fukushima disaster in Japan more than five years ago.
A scientist has engineered a way to possibly solve the problems of glacial melting in the Himalayas through artificial glacier towers called an ice stupa.
A team of researchers from India has discovered a novel use for sugarcane pulp.
Polar bears have taken the most drastic hit from the melting Arctic sea ice due to climate change as they find it hard to catch food for survival.
The carcinogenic "Erin Brockovich" chemical has contaminated the drinking water supply of nearly 200 million Americans across all 50 states, a new report found.
Residents of Louisiana have been advised by the St. Tammany Parish government to avoid the water of the Bogue Chitto River at all costs.
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