Mad Cow disease is deadly. It’s very difficult to keep the prions present in infected animals out of the food chain – but composting may be the answer.
Archives for May 2014
If you’re heading for the beach, mountains, or a festival this weekend – find out if you need shirtsleeves or a sweater, sunscreen or a slicker.
New initiatives to preserve water flow may improve the chances of natural river flow. Can water conservation efforts restore the Colorado River Delta?
Wikipedia is full of errors, since anyone can write or update an entry – yet half of today’s doctors use the site to look up information for their patients.
With no major subduction zone earthquakes, the largest tremor of the week was in Greece’s northern Aegean Sea.
There’s a lot of weather happening on many continents. The meteor shower was a bust, but there’ll be another; there’s excessive heat in India; weather looks good for the World Cup; and a sandstorm blankets China
Depression after bereavement can become overwhelming. It is normal to feel loss after a loved one’s death, but how much grief is too much?
Hurricane Amanda has formed off the coast of Mexico and rapidly intensified into the strongest hurricane ever this early in the season. Find out whether the National Hurricane Center thinks it’s a harbinger of things to come.
Experiments have shown how to convert matter into light, but reversing the process isn’t quite as simple. There’s a new theory to solve the puzzle.
Chemistry is a reflection of art and creation. Chemists use molecules as the colors on a palette, when synthesizing new formulations – but how?