#Research

  • Article: Does South Africa Have a Microplastics Problem? This Research Says Yes
    Environment

    Does South Africa Have a Microplastics Problem? This Research Says Yes

    Sept. 19, 2018

    Plastics has become a global concern. Read more

  • Article: Death Toll From Hurricane Maria 46 Times Deadlier Than Federal Count
    Health

    Death Toll From Hurricane Maria 46 Times Deadlier Than Federal Count

    By Joe McCarthy|Aug. 28, 2018

    This report could prompt a more urgent reaction from the federal government. Read more

  • Article: Antarctica Is Losing 200 Billion Tons of Ice Every Year
    Environment

    Antarctica Is Losing 200 Billion Tons of Ice Every Year

    By Joe McCarthy  and  Erica Sanchez|June 14, 2018

    If the entire continent melted, sea levels would rise by 190 feet. Read more

  • Article: Toxic Masculinity Is Killing the Planet, Study Finds
    Environment

    Toxic Masculinity Is Killing the Planet, Study Finds

    By Joe McCarthy|May 23, 2018

    "Make the man feel manly, and he’s more likely to go green." Read more

  • Article: Endangered Whale Sharks Found in Abundance Around Madagascar
    Environment

    Endangered Whale Sharks Found in Abundance Around Madagascar

    By Joe McCarthy|May 21, 2018

    The discovery could shield the species from poaching. Read more

  • Article: Rising Sea Temperatures Are Threatening Marine Life With Extinction, Researchers Say
    Environment

    Rising Sea Temperatures Are Threatening Marine Life With Extinction, Researchers Say

    May 8, 2018|Thomson Reuters Foundation

    "We expect to lose many, if not most, animal species from marine protected areas." Read more

  • Article: This Adorable Salamander May Help Doctors Cure Paralysis
    Health

    This Adorable Salamander May Help Doctors Cure Paralysis

    By Joe McCarthy|April 24, 2018

    Around 15% of the global population has some form of disability. Read more

  • Article: These Are the Most Inspiring Signs from the March for Science
    Citizenship

    These Are the Most Inspiring Signs from the March for Science

    By Daniele Selby|April 16, 2018

    From the US to Germany to South Africa, people marched in support of science. Read more