Science News Archive - April 04, 2009
Russian authorities Saturday said cosmonaut Gennady Padalka was to take control of the International Space Station from NASA astronaut Michael Fincke.
A novel technique for carrying out gene-expression profiling is set to challenge the market dominance of the current, widely used methodology, reports Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN).
Ask a simple question, get a simple answer: When Abraham Lincoln was asked how long a manâ€™s legs should be, he absurdly replied, â€œLong enough to reach the ground.â€
By identifying a novel compound that primes a plant's immune system, researchers at Oak Ridge National Laboratory and the University of Chicago may be on a path to developing disease-resistant plants.
A drug commonly used to treat alcohol and drug addiction appears to also curb compulsive behaviors of kleptomaniacs, U.S.
Industry officials said on Friday that the push to boost U.S. electric generation from wind and other renewable energy sources is forcing U.S. lawmakers to address the contentious issue of whether states or the federal government should have final authority to site new power lines.
The Humane Society of the United States says it will challenge a federal decision to remove the gray wolf from protections of the U.S.
An unprecedented operation has failed to save the life of an American crocodile that was hit by a car three months ago in the Florida Keys. The crocodile, nicknamed RoboCroc after a veterinarian attached four metal rods to his skull, was found dead Thursday morning at MetroZoo in Miami, The Miami Herald reported Saturday.
- The ragged surface of a lava-flow.