Three different earthquakes in three different tectonic settings – in the South Atlantic, Alaska and California – have one thing in common this week.
Chemical reactions are characterized by change. Presently, techniques focus on reaction dynamics: bonding breaking and forming via Transition States
In a week when Earth scientists are remembering the birth of modern plate tectonic theory, this week’s offers examples of earthquakes at three different tectonic settings.
Mother Nature on a rampage: Irma, Jose, and Maria follow Harvey into the record books.
Among blood-sucking insects, the bed bug has not been accused of being a vector of disease – transmitting disease to human hosts. Why is that so?