Science News Archive - November 23, 2011
NASA satellites have been watching hurricane Kenneth in the eastern Pacific, and on Nov, 22, Kenneth became a late-season major hurricane. In fact, Kenneth sets a record for the latest season major hurricane in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
University of Oregon chemists have developed a boron-nitrogen-based liquid-phase storage material for hydrogen that works safely at room temperature and is both air- and moisture-stable.
A remarkable first occurred recently at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History when ornithologists used 700- to 1,100-year-old feathers from a long extinct species of Hawaiian ibis to help determine the bird's place in the ibis family tree.
Having survived long centuries, political upheaval, and even bombings during World War II, Leonardo Da Vinci's masterpiece Last Supper now faces the risk of damage from air pollution due to its location in one of Western Europe's most polluted cities.
Grey seals have different types of personality that affect the extent to which they guard and care for their young, according to new research.
The Obama administration expressed optimism on Tuesday about next week’s U.N. climate discussions in Durban, South Africa, but stopped short of raising hopes a binding commitment on greenhouse gas emissions could be reached.
A British university is saying that another batch of emails has been released that are similar to those that caused a global climate controversy in 2009.
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ONCIX Warns of Increasing Foreign Business Espionage and Data Theft by Company Insiders (PRWEB) November 23, 2011 In an October report to Congress, the
Valerie Mann has obtained over $112,000,000 for her clients during her 34-year career.