A global map of the distribution of 20,000 bee species has been created to aid in the conservation of the insect.
Fall applications for the Indianapolis Thriving Schools Challenge are now being accepted through Nov. 20.
New research on cirrus clouds from an international research team, including Purdue University scientists, could help make climate change models more accurate.
New research is urging scientists to redefine the term “drought,” specifically when it comes to crop-relevant drought in the Corn Belt.
Facebook "mistakenly" suspends many environmental accounts of climate activists and environmental organizations.
The EPA awarded Purdue University nearly $800,000 to research a computer model that helps determine chemical neurotoxicity.
A team of scientists and engineers has created ultra-small titanium dioxide crystals that could convert carbon dioxide into fuels.
Scientists Say “Forever Chemicals” Should Be Managed as a Chemical Class to Improve Human and Environmental Health
A group of scientists, including an IU environmental chemist, said thousands of PFAS chemicals should be treated as a single chemical class to improve efforts to reduce the chemicals’ harm to human health and the environment.
British researchers have found that up to 30% of ocean pollution can be prevented by changing the way we wash our clothes.
Researchers have found the number of land-dwelling insects is on the decline while the number of insects living in freshwater has increased.
A new study has found that gas appliances found in homes cause unhealthy air and negative health effects in humans.
An international group of researchers found the highest levels of microplastics ever recorded on the seafloor.
A new Indiana University survey found that only 18% of Hoosiers believed they would be impacted by a major disease outbreak in the next decade, which COVID-19 proved wrong.
An IUSB researcher and his students developed a biosensor that can detect the presence of a chemical linked to certain types of cancer.
Researchers from the University of Notre Dame found that the first Earth Day celebration in 1970 had lasting, measureable effects on the people who celebrated it.
Researchers found that American robins have adjusted their migration patterns to keep pace with the earlier spring arrivals caused by climate change.
A new study has found that expanding the number of lanes on a roadway does not necessarily reduce traffic congestion.
A new study found that laser printer toner could cause changes in the human body that would make catching diseases much more likely.
Indiana University researchers found that high levels of potentially toxic PFAS chemicals are making their way into child care centers through cleaning products.
A state-wide conference for people and groups working to stop the spread of invasive species in Indiana will be held in Noblesville on March 26.
Scientists are turning to an oddly-named vegetarian fish species for a climate-friendly protein source.
NASA scientists have found that rapid sea ice melt from the Arctic is affecting the flow of a major ocean current.