Heat, itself, is helping researchers discover potential impacts of a warming world.
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By recording months of bird calls, University of Alabama researchers are creating a baseline to later measure changing bird populations.
Some people enjoy tracking spring’s first robin. Others … well … they get their buzz from focusing on smaller winged creatures.
A University of Alabama researcher’s software tools, called wizards, can guide water managers in protecting this critical resource.
A University of Alabama engineering professor hopes efforts in his lab to find different chemicals from those now used to clean industrial emissions will lead to cheaper and more efficient carbon capture methods.
A UA doctoral student’s collaborative research with the Smithsonian Institute revealed salamanders are shrinking – a phenomenon linked to climate change, researchers hypothesize.
Using sunlight to create energy may seem a simple concept, but simple ideas often take creative solutions to become reality.
A University of Alabama engineering professor hopes to swap rare-earth minerals used in electric machines with more abundant substitutes to drive down costs and encourage swifter adoption.
John Clark doesn’t seem like a violent man. Yet, a group once wondered aloud whether he was one of those “foreigners who kills people and puts them in boiling water and extracts their fat to cook with.”