Scientists discovered that in the Arctic region (Arctic), frozen permafrost was revealed by glacial melting of the hidden carbon in the soil and that it could transform into oxygen without breaking into the atmosphere, thanks to sunlight and carbonate microbes.
According to Stanford researchers if the soil under our feet is managed well, it has the ability to trap carbon dioxide to a greater extent than previously estimated, and control global warming.
The 2017 Nobel prizes for the sciences have all been announced, but many in the scientific community are pointing out the lack of female laureates.
Back in 2008, Jeffrey Hall said “recent applications from our lab have had their lungs ripped out, often accompanied by sneering, personal denunciations.”
This week three eminent scientists won the Nobel prize in physics for observing ripples in space-time called gravitational waves.
The Nobel Prize for Physics went to three men, but the paper describing their discovery lists 1,000 authors. What gives?
From Never Let Me Go to The Unconsoled.
A revolutionary form of technology has won the 2017 Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Henry French explains how it’s being used in cancer research.
Japan has produced a disproportionately large number of Nobel laureates in its past. But, thanks to an austerity policy that’s ravaging the science and technology communities, Japan may not see another Nobel laureate in the future.