Someone’s bound to hack the atmosphere to cool the planet. So we urgently need more research on the consequences, says climate scientist Kate Ricke.
A team scoured the human proteome for antimicrobial molecules and found thousands, plus a surprise about how animals evolved to fight infections.
Acoustic waves can detect all kinds of explosions and volcanic activity, but it’s hard to place sensors at sea—unless you’ve got a bird with a backpack.
Results from neural networks support the idea that brains use predictions to create perceptions—and that they work that way to conserve power.
When ice goes, lichens and mosses move in and an entirely new ecosystem starts to take shape.