A new method of measuring how forests moderate the climate gets tested under extreme conditions
Weizmann Institute scientists engineer bacteria to create sugar from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide
Understanding how viruses attack giant algal blooms may help us understand their role in fixing global carbon
A method devised by Institute scientists may help researchers get a grip on CO2 absorption by plants
With the new Biosphere-Atmosphere Research Mobile Lab, researchers now can bring the lab to the forest.
Old paper preserves records of air pollution from over 100 years ago.
Understanding the factors that heat, as well as cool forests may help estimate future climate change
Several research projects in the Environmental Sciences and Energy Research Department at the Weizmann Institute are aimed at...
Insights into the "riddle of the missing carbon dioxide"