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Study: Hurricanes striking U.S. are getting bigger, stronger

Study: Hurricanes striking U.S. are getting bigger, stronger

Nov. 12 (UPI) -- Hurricanes making landfall in the United States are getting bigger and stronger, according to climate scientists at the Niels...
Study: Cover crops boost water quality, fail to increase carbon storage

Study: Cover crops boost water quality, fail to increase carbon storage

Nov. 11 (UPI) -- Cover crops are often planted to restore soil health. New research suggests cover crops can fuel underground microbial communities...
Church effort against incest led to rise of individualism in the West, study says

Church effort against incest led to rise of individualism in the West, study says

Nov. 8 (UPI) -- When researchers set out to understand how many Western societies came to value individualism, they decided to look at...
The genetic study showed influences that mirrored historical and political events.  (Freesurf / Adobe Stock)

Genetic Study Reveals Exactly Who ‘The Romans’ Were

Scholars have been studying Rome for hundreds of years, but it still holds some secrets - for instance, relatively little is known about...
Angela Strassheim, Evidence No.2, 2009, ink-jet print, 48 × 60".

Rachel Monroe’s study of women and true crime – Michelle Orange

In her 2017 memoir After the Eclipse,...
Trees often better, cheaper than technology at mitigating air pollution, study says

Trees often better, cheaper than technology at mitigating air pollution, study says

Nov. 6 (UPI) -- Planting trees and shrubs around factories and power plants may be a better air pollution mitigation strategy than installing...
Study: Sea level rise likely to be determined by speed of carbon emission reductions

Study: Sea level rise likely to be determined by speed of carbon emission reductions

Nov. 6 (UPI) -- Climate change has already caused sea levels to rise, and new research suggests warming air and ocean temps are...
Researchers used high-resolution trackers to keep tabs on the bats

Vampire bats: Study reveals something a little friendly

With apt timing, new research on vampire bats has revealed their social bonds are stronger than we thought. Previous research has believed social...
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Renewable energy could save us trillions in health costs: Harvard study

If you’re worried about getting “windmill cancer,” we have some good news for you. According to a new study published this week in...
Study: Rising sea levels could displace 300M people by 2050

Study: Rising sea levels could displace 300M people by 2050

Oct. 30 (UPI) -- Rising sea levels could displace hundreds of millions of people before the end of this century, according to a...

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