Daily Archives: September 19, 2013
Its share price surged nearly 70 percent this week.
A state conservation agency has told raccoon protectors in Alabama to stop rehabilitating the animals, a decision that has angered many.
Armed Russian officers boarded a Greenpeace ship that was circling an Arctic oil platform on Thursday after Moscow accused the environmentalist group of “aggressive and provocative” behavior.
CAPE CANAVERAL, Florida (Reuters) – NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity has come up empty-handed in its search for methane in the planet’s atmosphere, a gas that on Earth is a strong indicator of life, officials said on Thursday.
What science is learning about fire and how to live with it.
A place called the Oostvardersplaasen is the site of a remarkable experiment to regenerate wildlife, giving a window to what parts of the Netherlands looked like in the past.
As a Johns Hopkins graduate student, Dr. Pert helped discover a key to brain chemistry. She went on to become a neuroscientist and a major proponent of alternative medicine.
In more than a year on Mars, Curiosity has found no evidence of methane, a gas that is considered a possible calling card of microbes, NASA announced Thursday.
Two scientists take a fresh look at the hypotheses about the Cambrian explosion, one of the most important phases in the history of life.
Physicians have recommended bracing to treat scoliosis in adolescents for more than 50 years, but until now, research on its effectiveness had produced mixed results.
The Bureau of Land Management plans to open some of the San Rafael Swell in central Utah to oil and gas drilling.
Dr. Malawista and his team were credited with defining an ailment that was causing distress in Connecticut.
While outdoor lovers have embraced the more than 21,000 acres of pristine wilderness, they now find themselves in a tug of war over how the land should be enjoyed.
Russian border guards detained two activists from the environmentalist group Wednesday morning after they boarded an oil rig to protest drilling in the Arctic.