The GMO Debate With Scott Hamilton Kennedy | Serving Up Science WKAR
Are GMOs safe? What is the deal with organic food? On this week's episode of Serving Up Science, Science Writer Sheril Kirshenbaum and WKAR's Karel Vega.
New science details discovery of bacterial pathogen in brains of Alzheimer's patients Science Daily
New science uncovers how an unlikely culprit, Porphyromonas gingivalis (Pg) -- the bacterium commonly associated with chronic gum disease -- appears to ...
Katherine Johnson and 9 Other Black Female Pioneers in Science Biography
Throughout history, black women have faced the uphill battles of both racial and gender biases, especially in male-dominated STEM (Science, Technology, ...
Where is Earth's submoon? EurekAlert
Juna Kollmeier and Sean Raymond kicked off an internet firestorm late last year when they posted a draft of their article about submoons on a preprint server.
The Complicated Calculus of Counting Emperor Penguins Smithsonian
Scientists journey to the icy bottom of the Earth to see if satellite imagery can determine how many Emperor penguins are left in the world.
Sneak Peek at 19 Science Simulations for Summit Supercomputer in 2019 HPCwire
This month, Summit Early Science Program users are starting to work on some of the world's toughest science problems on its most powerful supercomputer:
Report: Boston Schools Are Behind in Science Achievement NECN
A new report by a Boston community foundation has found that Boston schools are behind the rest of the state in their performance on the Science and ...
Planet crash that made moon left key elements for life on Earth, scientists say The Guardian
Most of carbon and nitrogen that makes up our bodies probably came from passing planet, researchers believe.
In surprising reversal, scientists find a cellular process that stops cancer before it starts: Cellular recycling process, thought to fuel cancer's growth, can actually prevent it Science Daily
Scientists studying the relationship of telomeres to cancer made a surprising discovery: a cellular recycling process called autophagy -- generally thought of as a ...
Scientists reconstruct ancient lost plates under Andes mountains: Reconstruction offers glimpse of how the Earth looked millions of years ago Science Daily
Geologists demonstrate the reconstruction of the subduction of the Nazca Ocean plate, the remnants of which are currently found down to 1500 kilometers, ...
Chinese scientists clone five gene-edited monkeys South China Morning Post
The experiment lead to birth of five macaques with identical mutation, raising *fresh* questions over biomedical ethics.
Program allows ordinary digital camera to see round corners The Guardian
Scientists say computational periscopy program works out hidden scene in under a minute.
Scientists rewrite mice DNA so genes can be spread through species The Guardian
Controversial procedure has huge potential to combat diseases such as malaria.
Trump’s Shutdown Has Led To A ‘Slow Strangling’ Of American Science HuffPost
The longest government shutdown in history has kept the National Science Foundation from divvying out grants that were worth $127 million in the same per...
Bishop Noll teacher gets best of both worlds teaching art, science nwitimes.com
HAMMOND — Combining art and science comes naturally to Bishop Noll Institute teacher Jennifer Gwiazda who has spent most of her life entrenched in both ...
Sharing science, not shutdowns Tampa Bay Times
In research and innovation, time to success is often the difference between leading the world or being just another also-ran. Each day of the shutdown eats away ...
National Academy of Sciences honors 18 for major contributions to science EurekAlert
The National Academy of Sciences will honor 18 individuals with awards in recognition of their extraordinary scientific achievements in a wide range of fields ...
Blue Sky Science: How long does it take for a tree to grow in space? Daily Journal Online
Researchers have grown spruce seedlings on the International Space Station, but they haven't grown full-size trees.
Scientific societies worry Plan S will make them shutter journals, slash services Science Magazine
An existential threat. That's what scientific societies supported by journal subscriptions call Plan S. Introduced in September 2018 by European research funders ...
Watch Live: Doomsday Clock 2019 Announcement Live Science
Watch live 1/24 at 10am EST as the Doomsday Clock time is announced. Hear from Jerry Brown, Bill Perry, and the Bulletin Science & Security Board.