Chilean officials raised the alert status around Cerro Hudson after earthquakes near the same source of the 2011 eruption. The post Dozens of Earthquakes Rattle a Chilean Volcano, Raising Alerts appeared first on WIRED.
The EU's massive renewable energy drive is backfiring and its proposed solutions are just greenwashing, say campaigners
Putting aside the dramatic loss of the Schiaparelli lander in October and concerns about cost, ESA member states voted to go ahead with the next part of the life-hunting ExoMars mission
Humpback whales break the surface and splash down to make a long-distance call, while fin-slapping is for local conversations
It's a first: barnacles provide food for the bacteria, which in turn dig out shelters for the barnacles, creating curious tear shapes on Australian rocks
Seagrass pollen doesn’t just ride the tides - the grains of at least one species hitchhike on undersea invertebrates
Chemists aren't convinced there's any meaningful difference between Manūka honey from New Zealand and Australia. But the Kiwis beg to differ. The post New Zealand, the Kardashians, and the Battle to Control Manuka Honey appeared first on WIRED.
They still have plenty of snacks. The post A Russian Cargo Ship Burns Up, But ISS Astronauts Won't Go Hungry appeared first on WIRED.