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Fences have big effects on land and wildlife around the world...

Alex McInturff, University of California Santa Barbara; Christine Wilkinson, University of California, Berkeley, and Wenjing Xu, University of California, Berkeley What is the most common...

Smart concrete could pave the way for high-tech, cost-effective roads

Luna Lu, Purdue University and Vishal Saravade, Purdue University Every day, Americans travel on roads, bridges and highways without considering the safety or reliability of...

Wildlife tourism in southern Africa uses scarce water – we propose...

Kevin Mearns, University of South Africa Wildlife tourism is a major source of income and livelihood for many rural communities across southern Africa. But it...

Solar farms, power stations and water treatment plants can be attractions...

Margaret Birney Vickery, University of Massachusetts Amherst Amid the economic and social fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people see the process of restarting society...

“>Endangered tigers face growing threats from an Asian road-building boom

Neil Carter, University of Michigan Tigers are one of the world’s most iconic wild species, but today they are endangered throughout Asia. They once roamed...

Buildings grown by bacteria — new research is finding ways to...

Wil Srubar, University of Colorado Boulder Buildings are not unlike a human body. They have bones and skin; they breathe. Electrified, they consume energy, regulate...

Coronavirus spotlights the link between clean water and health

David Feldman, University of California, Irvine As the world confronts the coronavirus pandemic, experts say that a key way to minimize the odds of getting...

The meme endorsement you might have missed – and why it...

Heather Woods, Kansas State University and Leslie Hahner, Baylor University On Jan. 19, the New York Times editorial board made history when it endorsed two...

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