Taking inspiration from water repellent surfaces in nature, KAUST researchers have pioneered a simple surface treatment for traditional jute storage bags that prevents moisture-induced damage to stored grains.
/PRNewswire/ -- Profile Products today announced the acquisition of Florikan, a leading manufacturer, blender, and distributor of controlled release...
The two-year-old company has created one of the most popular indoor, in-home garden products in the United States.
Farmers need more space to grow crops to meet mounting demand for food and renewable fuel at a time of slowing growth in yields, consultancy AgResource said on Tuesday. A renewable fuel push...
Bayer sees no impact on its full-year guidance from customers' changing planting habits or a five-week shutdown at its main glyphosate production site in Louisiana after Hurricane Ida, the German life science group said on Tuesday.
Research shows that plant-based, sustainable jet fuel could be a “game-changer” in replacing petroleum.
Agroforestry is soil friendly and could ultimately be more profitable for farmers.
Todd and Donna Skinner became world record holders after entering their giant green squash into the National Pumpkin Weigh-Off, which took place at Oakland Nurseries in Delaware, Ohio, recently.
In a greenhouse in Worcestershire, Shockingly Fresh grows towers of leafy veg for supermarket shelves
Fertiliser crisis shouldnt be wasted: Bring urea under nutrient-based subsidy and let farmers think beyond DAP and MOP.
Over the past few years, the idyllic lagoon has come under threat. Tons of dead fish have washed ashore as the once-crystalline waters became choked with algae.
The fibreglass replica, which cost 8,000 euros ($9,300) and sits by a main road at the entrance to the village of Xylophagou, has drawn widespread ribbing on social media.
A female mountain lion caught in the western part of the Santa Monica Mountains has been outfitted with a GPS tracking collar and dubbed P-99.
No, no, Claudia, no. The hippo is not a pet.
"Tiger King" star Erik Cowie's cause and manner of death have been revealed. The zookeeper died in September at age 53 and on Monday the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner confirmed...
Cash Cab Producer Lion Television US has promoted Allison Corn and Stan Hsue to Co-Presidents of the UK-headquartered firm
Over the last several months, mountain lion sightings have been on the rise across the Bay Area.
The soldier died aged 22 during an anti-poaching patrol in Malawi in 2019
These threatened species include living fossils, scaly mammals, and the biggest rodent ever.
A handful of hippos brought to Colombia in the 1980s for Escobar’s private zoo has grown to a population of 80, prompting biologists to express concern over their environmental impact and thr
Erik Cowie, the zookeeper who was seen on 'Tiger King' caring for Joe Exotic's animals, was revealed to have died of chronic alcohol use.
Erik Cowie, who appeared on Netflix's "Tiger King" as the head keeper of Joe Exotic's now-defunct G.W. Zoo, died from acute and chronic alcohol use.
Erik Cowie, the zookeeper in the Netflix “Tiger King” series found dead in Brooklyn last month, died of acute and chronic alcohol use, the city Medical Examiner announced Monday. Cowie, 53, was discovered dead inside his apartment on E. 55th St. near Remsen Ave. in East Flatbush Sept. 7, only four months after moving to the borough. The native of Oklahoma had previously said he had a drinking ...
The last three mountain glaciers in Africa will be completely gone by 2040 due to climate change, according to a new report.
These stunning patterns have an unlikely designer
VUB research team uses new drone technique to study glaciers in the Alps. For 20 years, a team from the VUB research group Ice and Climate Research, led by Professor Philippe Huybrechts, has been traveling to the Alps at the end of the summer to measure the mass balance of the Morteratsch and Per
Scientists are venturing inside otherworldly ice caves growing beneath Austria's doomed glaciers to study why they are melting even faster than expected, and understand the fate that will befall glaciers elsewhere if climate change is not halted.
WMO report warns 1.3 billion people remain extremely vulnerable as continent warms more and faster than world average.
Scientists are venturing inside otherworldly ice caves growing beneath Austria's doomed glaciers to study why they are melting even faster than expected, and understand the fate that will befall glaciers elsewhere if climate change is not halted. It is already too late to save the glaciers of the eastern Alps, which scientists now say are past the point of no return and will be gone completely in the next few decades.
Climate change threatens more than 100 mn people in Africa: UN
If temperatures keep rising, we are on course for devastating sea level rises
The roots of mermaid tales actually provide a warning about the dangers of rising seas.
From installations of ice to projected art generated from air quality readings, artists and designers offer powerful experiences where people become witnesses to whats happening and whats possible.
Large parts of Pacific country’s capital would be permanently flooded and islands would disappear, according to new projections
While searching for a medieval village near the childhood home of Princess Diana, archaeologists discovered Paleolithic artifacts instead.
The disc has a value of about $11 million and is thought by some to be one part of a pair, with the other part still out there, waiting to be discovered.
The rock impressions could be up to 226,000 years old and were found by a research team in Quesang on the Tibetan Plateau.
<strong>The long read:</strong> Archaeological discoveries are shattering scholars’ long-held beliefs about how the earliest humans organised their societies – and hint at possibilities for our own
Six million-year-old fossilized footprints on the island show the human foot had begun to develop. The oldest known footprints of pre-humans were found on the Mediterranean island of Crete and are at least six million years old, says an international team of researchers from Germany, Sweden, Gree
As shown in a recent investigation of 2,700-year-old excrement from an Iron Age European salt miner, employees at the period ate blue cheese and drink alcohol, implying that they had a far more refined taste than initially believed.
Scientists who were studying salt mines at a UNESCO World Heritage site in Austria discovered fossilized feces, that held vital clues about what prehistoric people ate.
Thousands of years ago, multiple types of hominins roamed the Earth and interbred with one another, much like J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle Earth.
Decades ago, Donald Johanson found fossils of an early hominin that would rewrite scientists' understanding of our species. This weekend, he'll watch Lucy, a spacecraft named for the discovery, blast off Earth.
Wives, volunteers, assistants: the vital contribution of women archaeologists has long been underplayed, if not erased. A new project uncovers trailblazers in the Pacific.
Although there has been evidence of our species living in rainforest regions in Southeast Asia from at least 70,000 years ago, the poor preservation of organic material in these regions limits how much we know about their diet and ecological adaptations to these habitats. An international team of scientists led by the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig and the Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz has now applied a new method to investigate the diet of fossil humans: The
A 21-year-old TikToker is selling human bones -- including spines and fetus skulls.