A computer engineer has developed a technology to help farmers boost yields and conserve water
Earth & Environment
The "third rock from the Sun"—Earth. With an orbit neither too close nor too far from the Sun, it occupies a unique position in the Solar System. It's the only planet known to man with the right conditions for the origin and evolution of life. During Earth's 4.5 billion-year history, a combination of processes has transformed it into a watery blue, living planet. The Earth's ecosystems involve complex interactions between the biological (living) and physical (non-living) worlds. Scientific research helps us comprehend our effects on the environment and how the environment in turn responds to impacts of our activities.
Solar army commander leads research group on quest for affordable solar fuels
The Virtual Observatory And Ecological Informatics System (VOEIS) project monitors changes in freshwater ecosystems
NSF-funded researchers at Arizona State University have developed simulations depicting the dynamics of deep earth.
Big data is changing the field of ecology. The shift is dramatic enough to warrant the creation of an entirely new field: macrosystems ecology.
Engineers to examine chemical's fundamental properties to collect data on exposure and inform techniques for future prevention
We learn about materials with self-healing properties and we explore Greenland's fastest moving glacier
Year after year massive fires continue to rip through the wildland-urban interface in Colorado, but in the face of climate change and a warming climate, our beloved forests might not return after these catastrophic events.