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New chemical antimicrobial paint additive from startup Bio-Fence stabilizes disinfectants. (Photos/Unsplash)

New Paint Additive Protects Surfaces From Deadly Pathogens

Chemical mix-in may prolong the effectiveness of disinfectants against E. coli, salmonella and, critically, listeria bacteria.  The post...

Wild pigs are running rampant in Southern states, such as Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi. Their variegated color reflects admixtures of domestic breeds. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Snout Of Line: Trackers On Wild Pigs Show That Weather May Help Predict Their Movements

Scientists can predict their movement to help stop the feral porkers from hogging farmers' crops. The post Snout Of Line: Trackers On...

Capturing CO2 when it’s frozen at high altitude, using high-tech materials carried by balloons, could totally disrupt the carbon-capture technology world. (Umit Cem Pamuk/Pexels)

Not So Balloonatic: How Fleets Of High-Tech Balloons Could Scrub CO2 From The Air

Special filters could suck high-altitude frozen carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.  The post Not So Balloonatic: How Fleets Of...

An artist's concept depicts Earth's protective magnetosphere to scale. North of Norway over the Norwegian and Greenland seas, a magnetic bubble known as the cusp surrounds Earth and dips inward. Some air in the cusp is unusually dense, and the CREX-2 mission aims to understand why. (NASA)

Sun-thing Spooky: NASA Rocket To Probe Mysterious ‘Speed Bumps’ At Earth’s Poles

Unexplained gaps in Earth's magnetic shield let in solar winds, jam GPS signals and even slow down orbiting spacecraft. The post...

An artist's reconstruction of the appearance of the new species of armored dinosaur, Stegouros elengassen, found in the Rio de las Chinas valley in Chilean Patagonia. (Luis Perez Lopez/Zenger)

Dino-Sword: New Species Of Dinosaur With Vicious Sting In The Tail

Scientists unearth an armored beast that had a thrashing tale with a deadly, sharp-edged club on the end. The post Dino-Sword: New...

An artistic conception shows the stream of particles from the sun known as solar wind striking the Itokawa asteroid. (Curtin University)

Sun-Sational Breakthrough: Some Of Earth’s Water Was Brought To The Planet By Solar Winds

Scientists discover that the sun helped create life-giving water, with waves of charged hydrogen particles colliding with dust. The post...

Crickets are endangered by artificial light. (Keren Levy)

Jumpin’ Jiminy: How Light Pollution Could Ruin Crickets’ Sex Lives

Nighttime light pollution disrupts the insects' mating patterns and could one day wipe out the entire species, says study. The post...

A strain of E. coli that doesn’t endanger human health grows in a flask full of nutrients (the yellow broth). In a study, scientists genetically engineered such E. coli to convert glucose into a class of fatty acids the team then transformed into a hydrocarbon called an olefin. (Douglas Levere / University at Buffalo)

No Fueling: Sugar-Eating Microbes Could One Day Fuel Cars

Genetically modified bacteria that feasts on sugar could one day become a leading biofuel, say experts. The post No Fueling: Sugar-Eating...

The Alpine rose leaf-miner moth surprised researchers, as it has adapted to eat the toxic Alpine rose. (Juerg Schmid/Newsflash/Zenger)

That Moth Be A Record: Moth Species Survived 12,000 Years On Remote Mountain Peak

Rare rose leaf-miner moth has existed in isolation since the last ice age.  The post That Moth Be A Record: Moth Species Survived 12,000...

Drones now monitor pipelines, and other important infrastructure. (Barry Williams/Getty Images)

Can A Drone Prevent Disastrous Oil Spills?

A new ‘robot in the sky’ flies to the rescue, monitoring pipelines, railways, forests for signs of impending leaks, fires, theft or...