Science is under attack. With corporations manufacturing uncertainty to undermine studies that hurt their bottom lines and the sequester cutting billions in funding for scientific research, you’d think the American science community would be hunkered down in their labs avoiding outside interference at all costs.
The devices are on the look out for two particular types of algae that can cause death in humans if consumed.
Scientists delve into the genome of the African coelacanth
The chain of calamity now known as Japan’s Triple Disaster began with a massive rupture in the ocean floor.
Observations could warn of threats to ecosystems on which humans depend
New England is expected to experience a “moderate” red tide this spring and summer, report NOAA-funded scientists studying the toxic algae that cause blooms in the Gulf of Maine.
A continental-scale chemical survey in the waters of the eastern U.S. and Gulf of Mexico is helping researchers determine how distinct bodies of water will resist changes in acidity.
Dolphins mimic those closest to them as a way of getting in touch, according to the latest research.
Alvin project manager Kurt Uetz and pilot Mike Skowronski give a sneak peek of the upgrade’s results
Imagine you turn on the tap in the morning and water pummels out and spills over your sink. Later you go out to your garden, but water trickles feebly out of the hose. The water pump in your house is definitely not working the way it used to.