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Researchers made fake animals to see which would elicit the most support

The imaginary menagerie helped tease out why some species are more popular than others. Read More

Most climate and agriculture research has focused on crops, not the people who pick them

At 2 degrees warming, the entire growing season will be considered unsafe for agricultural work in some places Read More

Injecting bacteria into rice paddies could reduce methane by over 90%

A recently discovered microbe could replace artificial forms of methane control in rice farming. Read More

Cool new paint can be any color and still lower temperatures

A two-layer colored coating that reflects heat could bring down the electricity used for air-conditioning. Read More
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