Science News Archive - August 06, 2009
China refused on Wednesday to submit to demands that wealthy nations commit to significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions during upcoming climate change negotiations in Copenhagen this December.
Students who learn history by watching historically based blockbuster movies may be doomed to repeat the historical mistakes portrayed within them, suggests a new study from Washington University in St. Louis.
The fossil of a unique dinosaur was discovered on Wednesday in China.
Geoengineering techniques aim to slow global warming through the use of human-made changes to the Earth's land, seas or atmosphere. But new research shows that the use of geoengineering to do environmental good may cause other environmental harm.
The burning of fossil fuels has released tremendous amounts of the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, significantly impacting global climate.
In view of the shortage of petrochemical resources and climate change, development of CO2-neutral sustainable fuels is one of the most urgent challenges of our times.
Professor Declan Murphy and colleagues Dr Michael Craig and Dr Marco Catani from the Institute of Psychiatry at Kingâ€™s College London have found differences in the brain which may provide a biological explanation for psychopathy.
Two titans fighting a bloody battle â€“ that often turns fatal for both of them. This is how big predatory dinosaurs like Tyrannosaurus are often depicted while hunting down their supposed prey
Venomous sea snakes have evolved to deceive their predators into thinking that they have two heads, researchers reported on Wednesday.
Different Hispanic groups have higher rates of certain cancers if they live in the United States rather than in their home countries, a study indicates. Hispanics are not all the same with regard to their cancer experience, said Dr.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.