(PhysOrg.com) -- A return of La Nina, which historically delivers dry conditions, is increasingly likely.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A University of Illinois at Chicago computer scientist is at work on communications verification methods for a customized network of satellites.
The remains of a 2000-year-old Roman port have been discovered in south Wales by archaeologists from the University.
A new global survey by the United Nations Department for Economic and Social Affairs (UN-DESA) suggests that a technological overhaul of production processes worldwide is needed to end poverty and avert the likely impacts ...
A University of Alberta study is sounding a warning about forestry practices in North America, claiming that climate change is already rendering established planting guidelines obsolete.
The Russian submersibles involved in EPFLs elemo project have discovered a new wreck on the bottom of the lake. Underwater archaeology is benefiting from scanners developed for scientific research.
You think your vacation pictures are impressive? Try to imagine what it was like 45 years ago as scientists and engineers produced the very first images of our planet from deep space.
Emissions from domestic wood-fired heaters in southern Tasmania's Huon Valley dwarf emissions from forest regeneration burns, according to a new CSIRO study.
Among the lessons to be learned from the accident at Japans Fukushima Daichii nuclear powerplant, according to a new report from MIT, are that emergency generators should be better protected from flooding and other ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Researchers from Murdoch University believe a recently documented method of fishing may be spreading throughout a population of dolphins.