PFAS can be filtered, but getting rid of the chemicals is a monumental challenge. A new breakthrough offers some hope.
The federal government has new advisories on PFAS, which can put human health at risk in a list of ways, but so far only states are regulating the chemicals.
PFAS chemicals are toxic, widespread and persistent in the environment, and the federal government has been slow to regulate them. A scientist explains why evaluating them one by one isn’t working.
What drives an industry leader like DuPont to prioritise corporate profit over stakeholder prosperity?
Researchers continue to find PFAS-contaminated sites and waterways. Perhaps it is time to consider wider bans on these persistent chemicals.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma’s bad behaviour damaged his image and the ANC’s.
The first working invisibility cloak, designed using topology optimisation technique, has masked a poker chip-sized disc…