Scientists are delving deep into the travels of whales—thanks to high-tech tracking devices—to try to help protect them.
Letting secondary school students use an operating NASA spacecraft to take images of Mars is about as hands-on as science education can get. Nor are the students just aiming the space camera randomly. Instead, they are targeting ...
From sore feet to backaches, blame it on human evolution. "Because we are the only mammals to walk on two feet," says Bruce Latimer, an anthropologist from the Case Western Reserve University School of Dental Medicine.
NASA is so sure the world won't come to an end on Dec. 21, 2012, they have already released this news item for the day after.
(AP)—Stan Ovshinsky, the self-taught inventor who developed the nickel-metal hydride battery used in the hybrid vehicle industry, has died at his home in suburban Detroit after a fight with cancer. He was 89.
The path a proton takes: Scenic route preferred to more direct path in alternative fuel cell membrane
(Phys.org)—Meandering along the water-filled highways laced through an alternative membrane for fuel cells, protons visit sulfur and oxygen atom clusters along the way, according to scientists at Pacific Northwest National ...
The most dramatic new developments in science are taking place among nations in the Asia-Pacific and the phenomenon is changing the dynamic of science around the globe, according to three science and academic leaders from ...
Stone Age cave paintings evoke reverent silence in most people. But David Lubman, Miriam Kolar, and Steve Waller prefer to shout and clap instead.
In the developing world, allocating limited health care resources as effectively and equitably as possible is a top priority.
Among the repercussions of global climate change, the effect of ocean acidification on marine life is one of the least-understood variables.