Science News Archive - October 26, 2009
â€œThere is a likely chance of tsunami waves reaching the shores of Israel,â€ says Dr. Beverly Goodman of the Leon H Charney School of Marine Sciences at the University of Haifa following an encompassing geo-archaeological study at the port of Caesarea.
What do spore-launching mushrooms have in common with highly water-repellant surfaces?
RMS Titanic, the sole company with rights to the Titanic wreck site has plans for an expedition to the shipwreck next year.
Hwang Woo-Suk, a South Korean cloning expert, was given a suspended prison sentence on Monday after a court found him guilty of embezzlement and other charges stemming from faking results of stem-cell experiments.
Researchers here have discovered the pivotal role that volcanoes played in a deadly ice age 450 million years ago.
Enzyme could lead to a possible treatment for brain and spinal cord injury.
Biologists for the first time have documented a second breeding season during the annual cycle of five songbird species that spend summers in temperate North America and winters in tropical Central and South America.
Genetically modified squash plants that are resistant to a debilitating viral disease become more vulnerable to a fatal bacterial infection, according to biologists.
New technologies and policies that save energy, remove atmospheric carbon and limit greenhouse gas emissions are needed to fight global climate change â€“ but face daunting technological, economic and political hurdles, a Michigan State University scientist said.
It seems like a common occurrence this season that there are two tropical cyclones spinning in the Western Pacific Ocean and this week, Lupit and newly formed 23W are proof.