Peatlands can withstand global warming

In conditions of high humidity and temperature, peatlands absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide, which can slow the onset of global warming.

10 August 2021, 09:00

Edible packaging material is invented by scientists

The package contains only natural ingredients that do not pose a health hazard and do not pollute the environment. In humid conditions, the film decomposes almost completely within 24 hours.

06 May 2021, 09:00

Significant increase in the number of hearing impaired patients expected

According to the forecasts of the World Health Organization, in 30 years, 24% of the world's population will suffer from various  hearing impairments

25 March 2021, 09:00

Children's toys are potentially dangerous

The vast majority of plastic toys for children pose a potential danger to children. This problem has been troubling scientists ever since the invention of plastic. 

19 March 2021, 09:00

What is the danger of inhaling contaminated air?

It turns out that after two hours of staying in polluted air, the vessels become less elastic, the heart rate is disturbed, and the blood composition changes towards inflammation.

06 November 2020, 09:00

Plastic damage is present even in the air

Environmental scientists voiced the unpleasant news: plastic microparticles can spread in the air for hundreds of kilometers.

02 August 2019, 09:00

Too thick forests - no less a problem for the environment

Ecologists are worried not only because of the massive felling of trees. As it turned out, too dense green zones are also unsafe, as they can lead to drought.

01 September 2018, 09:00

The climate "shakes": what will it lead to?

Scientists are worried: extreme climatic events are happening more and more, and the damage from such disasters as floods, hurricane winds and droughts, more and more. Thus climatologists warn: in the future everything will only get worse.

07 February 2018, 09:00

Scientists have told about the dangers of plastic for health

Specialists from Australia found a relationship between the composition of the plastic and the development of some chronic pathologies.

11 August 2017, 09:00

Using household chemicals can lead to birth defects

Specialists of the Osteopathic Medical School Edward Via, together with representatives of the Polytechnic University of Virginia came to an unpleasant conclusion.

26 July 2017, 09:00


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