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Brazilian researchers announce promising new dengue vaccine amidst Latin American outbreak

Brazilian researchers announce promising new dengue vaccine amidst Latin American outbreak

A public research institute in Brazil has developed a promising single-dose vaccine offering strong protection against dengue, a timely discovery given the current severe outbreak across Latin America.

Stephanie Nolen reports for The New York Times.

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Russian collaboration freeze impacts permafrost research

The escalating thaw of Arctic permafrost, a critical factor in global climate change, faces research challenges due to a halt in scientific collaboration with Russia, hindering vital data collection and analysis.

Elizabeth Devitt reports for Mongabay.

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Revolutionizing recycling with AI technology

Revolutionizing recycling with AI technology

Artificial intelligence is set to overhaul the recycling industry, promising more efficient sorting and reduced contamination.

Nicolás Rivero reports for TheWashington Post.

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The trees are telling us the West’s ‘megadrought’ is unprecedented, study says

The trees are telling us the West’s ‘megadrought’ is unprecedented, study says

The West’s two-decade drought is inextricably linked to climate change, adding to the evidence that human-caused emissions are reshaping the region in profound ways.

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Human evolution may prevent us from solving climate change, UMaine study finds

A new study by an international team led by evolutionary biologist Tim Waring says that humans are good at extracting resources from the Earth but struggle to cooperate on a scale necessary to fight worldwide environmental threats.
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Least-studied areas of Brazilian Amazon at high risk from climate change

In the Brazilian Amazon, between 15 and 18% of the areas most overlooked by research are at high risk of severe climate and land-use changes by 2050, according to a new study.

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