Ocean warming may have actually doubled in recent decades.
Scientists may have found a way to make light bulbs far more efficient. They've discovered a way to recycle light that could potentially optimize emission at useful wavelengths.
Cool roofs in China may keep things at a reasonable temperature during heat waves. Scientists have found that during a heat wave, the use of white roofs has significantly more of an impact than during regular heat.
A new study is shedding light on how the Earth's tilt influences some of the world's heaviest rainbelt.
People with higher amounts of stored fat may have more difficulty losing weight, accordin to a recent study.
Birds may be declining in the face of climate change. Scientists have found that at least a dozen species in the Western Cape will be impacted by climate, and that their decline may be more complex than previously thought.
For the first time ever, researchers have used a laser to actually refrigerate a liquid rather than heating it up. The new findings could be huge for the future of laser technology.
When bread and potatoes are cooked at high heats, these foods run the risk of containing high-levels of acrylamide--a cancer causing chemical that forms in the process.
The new technique has one of the fastest heating rates that have ever been performed in a lab - it is also 100 times faster than many current, high power laser systems.
In a recent study, researchers were able to move small objects made from graphene 'paper' by using heat and light.
Researchers have created a new nanostructuring technology, which can control both heat and electricity simultaneously. This new study paves the way to potentially convert wasted heat to into electricity energy, according to researchers from Osaka University in Japan.