Let’s delve into the three super-senses of dolphins: magnetic perception, electrical perception and echolocation.
Tardigrades are tiny animals known for their extraordinary survival skills, but are they tough enough to survive a space-probe crash and conditions on the Moon?
German banks located outside of areas regulated by a key financial watchdog sharply increased business with sanctioned countries.
Traditionally dominated by the use of centralised, resource-intensive servers, machine learning is being democratised with the growth of “TinyML”, distinguished by its small size and low cost.
When Elon Musk took control of Twitter, many were concerned about the reappearance of extremist accounts. In retrospect, X has shown itself to be selective.
It has long been thought one couldn’t bend one’s intuition. Recent research reveals it is in fact possible to reduce bias through training.
The concept of “coercive control” reframes domestic violence as an attack on human rights and resources rather than an assault.
Some countries have managed to elevate nature and ecosystems to the status of legal entities. Do these innovations really help to protect the environment?
Depending on the methods used, the measurement of forest carbon can vary by as much as 100%.
The release of “No Time to Die”, scheduled for next spring, is an opportunity to analyse the role of the Aston Martin brand and the way it contributes to the construction of the character.
While the notion of terroir has long been the foundation of European wine, research in the 1930s in the US began to reveal the link between climate and wine.
Soil contains three times more carbon than the atmosphere. As climate change has become a global threat, agriculture’s ability to store more or less carbon is under close scrutiny.
As global warming accelerates, a new study indicates that new trading patterns could develop as an adaptation strategy.
According to a study by EDHEC, some investors could see the value of their portfolios plummet by 50% by 2050 as a result of the multiplication of extreme weather events.
The EU now appears too divided to play a significant role in any resolution of the conflict.
Since the 1950s, billions of tons of plastic have been produced and much of it ends up in the environment – even at the bottom of lakes in Finland.
Opposition forces in France are using the president’s unpopularity to push for a new constitution. It’s a dangerous game.
Any smart climate strategy will need to simultaneously move away from fossil fuels and protect biodiversity, including through carbon sink preservation and a shift toward sustainable agriculture.
Our bodies are able to perceive time thanks to our internal clocks, which are also used by the other living beings with which we interact.
In different parts of the world, managing debt on a day-to-day basis is a real job, and one that is mainly taken on by women.