Trump removes protections for Yellowstone bears
Trump removes protections for Yellowstone bears
Lila Alexander - 11 hours ago
The Trump administration is lifting Endangered Species protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone, the Interior Department's Fish and Wildlife Service announced Thursday.
Johns Hopkins researchers slow cancer growth with drugs Johns Hopkins researchers slow cancer growth with drugs
Kristy Douglas - Jun 19, 2017
Approximately 90% of cancer deaths occur only after metastasis, according to Jayatilaka, who said that she and her colleagues first made a breakthrough when they discovered two proteins.
Humpback whale herds swim in NYC waters for the first time in a hundred years Humpback whale herds swim in NYC waters for the first time in a hundred years
Paul Pate - Jun 13, 2017
Most Americans don't think of whale-watching as an activity one can do in New York City, but conservationists say that may start to change.
French president invites American climate scientists to take refuge in France French president invites American climate scientists to take refuge in France
Lila Alexander - Jun 05, 2017
Macron went on to openly invite the U.S. researchers to come to France and work with like-minded French colleagues on creating long-term solutions to climate change.
Elon Musk leaves White House councils over climate-accord withdrawal Elon Musk leaves White House councils over climate-accord withdrawal
Vicky Webb - Jun 02, 2017
Musk has pursued a range of clean-energy technologies in the last few years, including electric cars, solar roof panels, and improvements in battery technology.
Brain surgery to reduce to two minutes thanks to a new robotic drill Brain surgery to reduce to two minutes thanks to a new robotic drill
Chad Young - May 04, 2017
According to scientists, the drill can perform a certain type of complex cranial surgery 50 times faster than its common practice.
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
James Smith - Apr 21, 2017
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
New study: Salty food doesn't make you thirsty New study: Salty food doesn't make you thirsty
James Carlin - Apr 18, 2017
A landmark scientific study has shattered the belief that salty food makes living organisms crave a drink.
NSA penetrated Mideast banking networks, new document leaks reveal NSA penetrated Mideast banking networks, new document leaks reveal
Clint Huston - Apr 17, 2017
The documents show that EastNets, an anti-money laundering and financial services firm, had their Dubai office compromised by the NSA.
Researchers wants to send a box into space and make it a house Researchers wants to send a box into space and make it a house
Vicky Webb - Mar 14, 2017
A group of researchers wants to send a box into space that will eventually house the coldest spot in the universe.
Ancient otter found to be the size of a wolf Ancient otter found to be the size of a wolf
James Carlin - Jan 24, 2017
But it is also important to consider why it evolved to such a small size.
Baboons have also had vowels Baboons have also had vowels
Vicky Webb - Jan 13, 2017
The other vowels are "aw" sound, an "ih" sound and an "uh," which make up the basis of the baboon language.
Chimera Shark filmed for the first time: WATCH VIDEO Chimera Shark filmed for the first time: WATCH VIDEO
Adam Widmer - Dec 19, 2016
The biggest clue to show how old and ancient this fish is the vestigial sexual organs located at the mouth of the make Chimera.
Scientist to use Limestone could control global warming Scientist to use Limestone could control global warming
Cliff Mooneyham - Dec 16, 2016
These particles are highly reflective and would reflect a right amount of sunlight back to space and in essence, cool the planet.
China first to begin human gene-editing China first to begin human gene-editing
Ian Marsh - Nov 27, 2016
But China has beaten them to the punch and already carried out a procedure to a lung cancer patient and is awaiting progress.
Scientists discover humans were not the first farmers Scientists discover humans were not the first farmers
Jeremy Morrow - Nov 27, 2016
However, scientists soon discovered that man was not only farmers and now it is unveiled that they may not even be the first.
Biosignatures suggest that there may be have been life on Mars Biosignatures suggest that there may be have been life on Mars
Adam Widmer - Nov 23, 2016
The conditions that led to the existence of life consisted of extreme pressure and the heat forcing emergence of life.
NASA makes an engine that defies Newton laws of motion NASA makes an engine that defies Newton laws of motion
Billy Kirk - Nov 22, 2016
This theory has been tested time and again and always been proven right.
NASA is setting fires in outer space NASA is setting fires in outer space
Alex Bourque - Nov 21, 2016
The latest NASA caused fire in space was ablaze on Monday.
Trump gets global warning sign from super moon Trump gets global warning sign from super moon
James Smith - Nov 21, 2016
U.S. President Elect Donald Trump is getting a warning sign about global warming from the new super moon.
NASA accused of faking the rover Mars landing as well NASA accused of faking the rover Mars landing as well
David Sims - Nov 21, 2016
NASA has been accused of faking landing rovers on Mars much in the same way they were attacked with faking the moon landing.
Dino ending asteroid may have punctured the earth's crust Dino ending asteroid may have punctured the earth's crust
James Smith - Nov 20, 2016
The asteroid that led to the extinction of dinosaurs may have resulted in a much bigger impact than first thought.