Science News Archive - October 13, 2011
How many individuals and corporations have lost money and jobs over theoretical ozone depletion? Why have natural variations never been considered as a possible reason for seasonal ozone loss?
A new study concludes that some of the world's coldest landscapes -- including the Himalaya Mountains, the Andes, and even Antarctica -- could become Saudi Arabias of solar.
The "super-eruption" of a major volcanic system occurs about every 100,000 years and is considered one of the most catastrophic natural events on Earth, yet scientists have long been unsure about what triggers these violent explosions.
BP has established contingency plans to fight a massive oil spill twice the size of last year’s Deepwater Horizon disaster in the Gulf of Mexico.
The Instituto Gulbenkian de Ciência will be the host to a gathering of his Friends, Colleagues and Associates on the occasion of the Centennial of Niels Kaj Jerne, the eminent theoretician
The Michigan High School Robotics Association and the Grandville Academic Team Boosters announce that on Saturday, October 22nd, history will be made in Grandville, Michigan.
The Health-Science Magazine Eurekamag.com provides insights into scientific topics related to health and the biological background
Business Network Honors Budgeting Software Company at 17th Annual Utah 100 Awards Program Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) October 13, 2011 Small but mighty
Entrepreneur Alan Jones and business partner Philip Giftâ€™s site, http://www.BuzzedEagle.com, provides non-lethal solutions for self-defense and personal
Digital universe will swell to break the ZettaByte barrier by the end of 2011.