Deep learning and AI are turning millions of satellite images of Earth into usable data, helping insurers and aid groups alike to do their jobs.
US astronaut Gene Cernan, commander of Apollo 17, has died, his family and Nasa announce.
A new streamlined process could quickly pare down heaps of algae species into just a few that hold the most promise for making biofuel.
Chinese companies plan to spend $1bn building a giant solar farm on land contaminated by the nuclear disaster in Ukraine, reports Climate News Network
The same deposit that builds up in many tea kettles or water pipes in areas where calcium-rich water is the norm might be just the (cheap) ticket to rid contaminated seawater of toxic metals.
Scientists believe they have established the identity of a “missing element” in the Earth’s core.
The amount of energy generated by renewables fluctuates depending on the natural variability of resources at any given time.
One of the largest collections of park data ever assembled will be the centerpiece of a website scheduled for release next year.
These ripples are high in the upper atmosphere.
Since the launch of the first Earth-observing satellites in the 1970s, numerous missions from international space organisations have taken to the sky. Today, decades of data are helping scientists to build a better picture of changes to our planet.