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Streetlights – particularly those that use white light-emitting diodes (LEDs) – not only disrupt insect behavior but are also a culprit behind their declining numbers, a new study carried out in southern England showed.
Persephone is a tour guide in Greece, but perhaps not the type people are used to.
Thou shalt not post your illegal activities online! Isn’t that one of the social-media commandments? If not, it should be.
As the world struggles to break the grip of Covid-19, psychologists and misinformation experts are studying why the pandemic spawned so many conspiracy theories, which have led people to eschew masks, social distancing and vaccines.
Gruenheide, a municipality nearby Germany's capital Berlin, may become the world’s largest battery-cell plant following Tesla's investment plans there.
The website of the New Zealand Stock Exchange slowed to a crawl on a Tuesday afternoon in August. It was so badly throttled that the exchange couldn’t post market announcements, as required by financial regulators.
Over the past three months, the highest-trending question asked across the world regarding Covid-19 on Google Search was "What is coronavirus?"
Over the past day, the highest-trending question asked in the United States regarding coronavirus news on Google Search was "How many people have lost their jobs due to coronavirus?"
Threatened honey bees, endangered bumblebees, fading butterflies... we hear alarms all the time about the global decline in pollinators, but does anybody really know how many are out there?
Over the past day, the highest-trending question asked regarding coronavirus news on Google Search was "When will stimulus checks be deposited?"