Science News Archive - November 07, 2011
Construction workers excavating the site of a new high-explosive pressing facility in Amarillo, Texas, discovered the remains of an extinct, prehistoric pig.
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The Physiology and Zoology Sciences are two of the key categories covered by the Bio-Sciences Network Sciencia.org.
Online retailer announces new lineup to change the accessory landscape for Tablet & E-Reader consumers. Orange, California (PRWEB) November 07, 2011
Oncimmune (USA) LLC recognizes Lung Cancer Awareness Month through a unique public awareness campaign.
Intelligence Squared U.S. works with FORA.tv to offer free live stream of a debate on the merits of religion, featuring Matthew Chapman and A.C.
Scientists in Switzerland have managed to form a “feedback loop” between a computer and a common yeast, precisely controlling the switching on and off of specific genes.
Wind farms are supposed to produce the energy of tomorrow, but growing evidence suggests they could be disrupting the military radar and weather tracking of today.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) said on Monday that scientists are studying the effects of how an ecosystem manages itself after a dam is removed.
In many pharmaceutical company and university laboratories, scientists are looking closely at kinase complexes because the enzymes play key roles in essential cell functions.