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California Condor Still Threatened by Lead Poisoning
The California condor, once on the verge of extinction, is still threatened by toxic levels of lead in ...
June 25, 2012
Man’s Best Friend Helps Kids Breathe Easier?
Microbes within dog-associated house dust may have an effect on preventing asthma, new research finds.
June 19, 2012
Fear of Darkness May Contribute to Light Sleep
A potentially large number of adults suffering from insomnia could actually be afraid of the dark, according to ...
June 11, 2012
Preoccupation Relieves Pain: It’s Not Just in Your Head
Distractions can affect the brain and decrease pain sensation, but a new German study shows that this is ...
June 2, 2012
Piezoelectricity Goes Viral (Video)
Californian scientists are using viruses to harvest energy from everyday vibrations like walking.
May 16, 2012
A Few Giants Dominate Yosemite’s Biomass
At Yosemite National Park in California, a small population of huge trees—constituting just one percent of all trees ...
May 11, 2012
Dark Chocolate Linked to Lowered Cardiovascular Disease Risk
A recent study suggests that consuming dark chocolate might lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.
April 26, 2012
Celebrate Earth Day 2012—”Mobilize the Earth”
April 22 marks the 43rd Earth Day, and this year, organizers are urging people of the world to ...
April 20, 2012
Bacteria on Skin Affects Attractiveness to Mosquitoes
Research finds that people with a wide range of microbes on their skin are less likely to attract ...
January 7, 2012
Verbal Labels Have Little Effect on Children’s Classification of Objects
Children are not as easily swayed by words as adults when identifying objects.
December 29, 2011
Millipedes Control Territory Borders With Inexplicable Precision
The distribution of a species is often limited by bodies of water or differences in climate or terrain. ...
December 28, 2011
Pigeons, Like Monkeys, Can Order Numbers
New research shows that pigeons can count.
December 26, 2011
Raining Apples Halt Rush-Hour Traffic in UK
More than one hundred small green apples fell out of the sky on the evening of Dec. 12, ...
December 19, 2011
Shooting For the Stars: Six-Foot Crossbow Can Harpoon Comets
NASA scientists are trying a different strategy to collect samples from comets: by harpooning them.
December 16, 2011
Rockmover Wrasse Shakes Up Aquarium (Video)
Watch this video of a young rockmover wrasse tucking itself in for the night.
December 16, 2011
Biotech Violin Molded Into Affordable Stradivarius
String enthusiasts rejoice: In the near future you might be able to have your very own fungus violin, ...
December 13, 2011
Babies Recognize Grammar Before Learning Words
Mind your grammar around babies. New research suggests that they might understand speech patterns even though they might ...
December 12, 2011
Predator-Prey Dynamic Between Great Whites and Seals Gets Physical
How great white sharks hunt Cape fur seals, and how their quarry escapes comes down to one thing: ...
December 12, 2011
Spring Blooms Along Coastal Argentina (Photo)
This recent NASA satellite image shows a gorgeous bloom of phytoplankton decorating the coast of Argentina.
November 16, 2011
Zoning Policies Key to Harmony Between Pandas and People
Are modern conservation strategies to protect the giant panda effective?
November 7, 2011
Beware, Says Bioluminescent Millipede
Glow-in-the-dark millipedes in the genus Myotyxia are sending a message to their predators: keep away.
September 26, 2011
Do Humans Have the Ability of Precognition?
Social psychologist Daryl Bem of Cornell University created quite a buzz in the field of parapsychology last year ...
September 25, 2011
A Dozen New Croakers Discovered in India
Frogs that croak like cats are among the 12 new species of amphibians discovered following a 20-year exploration ...
September 20, 2011
Diamonds Reveal Depth of Carbon Cycle in Earth’s Mantle
According to a study published in Science this week, a plate can dive deep into the Earth's lower ...
September 15, 2011
Old-Growth Rainforests Vital to Conserve Tropical Biodiversity
A re-modeled home might not always be better than the original. For many of the world's tropical fauna ...
September 14, 2011
Harvest Moon Reaches Its Peak
When the sun sets this evening in the Northern hemisphere, look to the horizon for a special celestial ...
September 12, 2011
Missing Hawksbill Turtles Found Hiding in Mangroves
Hawksbill turtles in the eastern Pacific Ocean have eluded scientists for decades, and now researchers know why—they have ...
September 5, 2011
Company That Makes Prescription Painkiller OxyContin Files for Bankruptcy Protection Amid Lawsuits
‘Laundromat’ Sheds Light on the Shadowy World of Tax Havens and Shell Companies
, Epoch Times
Oil Prices Surge 15% After Attack on Saudi Facilities Hits Global Supply
Trump Authorizes Release of Oil From US Strategic Petroleum Reserve After Saudi Attacks
Rep. Ilhan Omar Responds to 9/11 Victim’s Family
Colombia–Venezuela Tensions Escalate as US, Allies Trigger Regional Pact
, Special to The Epoch Times
Hong Kong Police Accused of Discriminatory Treatment During Clashes Between Pro-Beijing and Pro-Democracy Protesters
Gabbard Campaign Sues Google Over Suspending Ads, Suppressing Free Speech
Trump Says Kavanaugh Should ‘Start Suing People for Libel’ After Assault Allegation
House Panel Requests Documents From Facebook, Google, Amazon, Apple in Probe