Widespread fracturing during lake drainage triggers vertical shafts to form that affect the Greenland Ice Sheet.
The data system will allow for more detailed, consistent, and up-to-date global emissions trends that will aid in understanding aerosol effects.
New insights into molecular-level processes could help prevent corrosion and improve catalytic conversion.
Scientists discover key types of microbes that degrade organic matter and release carbon dioxide and methane into the atmosphere.
Researchers can precisely study how different genes affect key properties in a yeast used industrially to produce fuel and chemicals.
Identified genes involved in plant cell wall polysaccharide production and restructuring could aid in engineering bioenergy crops.
How yeast partition carbon into a metabolite may offer insights into boosting production for biofuels.
A combined experimental and modeling approach contributes to understanding small proteins with potential use in industrial, therapeutic applications.
Artificial intelligence on Summit to discover atomic-scale structures.
New model provides more accurate estimates of how fast microbes produce a mercury-based neurotoxin.
Scientists explore how drought-tolerant plants communicate to nearby microorganisms, suggesting ways to engineer more resilient bioenergy crops.
Scientists determine the accuracy of computational methods used to study the sulfate radical approach to purifying water.
Ultrafine aerosol particles produce bigger storm clouds and more precipitation than larger aerosols in pristine conditions.
Scientists devise new approach that gathers data on the interplay between permafrost, soil, and vegetation.
Distortion of water droplet surface may increase the likelihood of the droplet freezing.
Future Loss of Arctic Sea-Ice Cover Could Contribute to the Substantial Decrease in California's Rainfall
A new modeling framework helps understand the consequences of future sea-ice loss in the Arctic.
A new phenomena forms vortices that trap particles, impeding electron avalanches that harm fusion reactors.
Researchers discover how certain bacteria may safeguard plant growth during a drought, making way for strategies to improve crop productivity.
The mechanism responsible for creating intense magnetic fields in laser-driven plasmas also helps tear the fields apart.
Unexpected molecular interactions involving water clusters have a subtle, yet profound, effect on extractants picking their targets.
Advances in biochemistry and catalysis could lead to faster, greener nitrogen-rich fertilizer.
New method takes a snapshot every millisecond of groups of light-scattering particles, showing what happens during industrially relevant reactions.
A new platform melding microfluidics and robotics allows more in-depth bioanalysis with fewer cells than ever before.
How microbial communities adjust to nutrient-poor soils at the genomic and proteomic level gives scientists insights into land use.
Analyses of natural communities forming soil crusts agree with laboratory studies of isolated microbe-metabolite relationships.