Science News Archive - October 22, 2008
A wildfire in Wharton State Forest in the New Jersey Pine Barrens spread through several hundred acres of pine and oak woods Tuesday. Route 206, a major north-south route through the pines, was closed over night, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Puerto Plata, the largest city on the Dominican Republic's (DR) North Coast, is seen as a shining star for the country's tourism industry.
Eric York lugged the carcass of an adult mountain lion from his truck and laid it carefully on a tarp on the floor of his garage during October last year.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) officially celebrated its experiment to discover the origins of the universe.
The WaterSmart Innovations '08 conference was held recently in Las Vegas, educating more than 1,000 attendees on water efficiency, new technology and the importance of conserving our precious natural resource.
Environmental Solutions Worldwide Inc. (ESW) (OTCBB: ESWW) (Frankfurt Stock Exchange FWB: EOW) announced today that effective October 6th, 2008 the Company's wholly owned subsidiary ESW Canada Inc.
In honor of today's Campus Sustainability Day, ARAMARK Higher Education, a world leader in providing professional services to more than 600 colleges and universities throughout North America, is working with its campus partners to incorporate Zero Waste practices into their sustainability plans.
HARBIN, China, Oct. 22, 2008 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- China Forestry Inc.
Five years after his solo trek, Pen Hadow from Britain will return to the North Pole to determine when Arctic summer sea ice will disappear forever.
In a potential breakthrough for the performance horse industry (such as racing and polo), Melbourne scientists are aiming to harness stem cells to repair tendon, ligament, cartilage and bone damage in horses.