Browntail moth's decline is documented

A fly introduced in 1906 to control browntail moths in the United States is now linked with the decline of several native species of butterflies and moths.

Grandparents key to China's expansion

Rural China's elders care for grandchildren after parents migrate to urban centers and now a U.S. study finds that is a key factor in China's expansion.

Shanghai dogs implanted with chips

About 65,000 Shanghai dogs have been implanted with digital ID chips to assist in dog identification and prevent the spread of rabies.

NASA Invention of the Year winner named

A groundwater treatment technology developed at the Kennedy Space Center has been named NASA's 2005 Government Invention of the Year.

'Terror bird' remains found in Argentina

A fossil found in Argentina of a large carnivorous bird capable of eating dog-sized mammals challenges traditional thoughts on how birds evolved.

Discovery prepped for next space mission

NASA says space shuttle Discovery is to be attached to its external fuel tank next week, in preparation for its December space mission.

Study: Daylight-saving time affects work habits

People adjust their daily routines to accommodate different time zones and changes in daylight-saving time, new research from The University of Texas at Austin shows.

Researchers Find New Evidence of Early Horse Domestication

Soil from a Copper Age site in northern Kazakhstan has yielded new evidence for domesticated horses up to 5,600 years ago. Researchers from the Carnegie Museum of Natural History and the University of Pittsburgh have discovered ...

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