Scientists have been able to put bacteria into already-printed objects, but a new approach shows the process might have other applications.
94% of the water tested in the U.S. has tiny plastic fibers in it floating around that most people aren't aware of.
Researchers are testing what urine and other molecules can be turned into to help astronauts on a mission to Mars.
Scientists who study avocados usually focus on the fruit's flesh, but a team of researchers found surprising benefits in a part that's usually tossed.
An environmental group based in Boulder says it’s the last straw.
Researchers estimate Henderson Island's beaches are littered with more than 37 million pieces of plastic trash.
Wax worms are well-known for eating beehives' wax combs, but experts recently found the creatures also eat trash that can take 400 years to decompose.
Scientists thought the animals ate plastic because it looked like food, but the smell is actually a big part of it.
Microfibers from clothing were found in creatures that live thousands of feet below the ocean's surface.
A new study found that a certain type of bacteria can break down low-quality plastic in about six weeks.