Can we eliminate chemical warfare? Perhaps, not, but scientists seek antidotes and vaccines to chemicals used in warfare.
Archives for February 2016
This week saw earthquakes in Indonesia, the South Atlantic and California. And they weren’t all straightforward.
Pay per click ads (PPC) have a big problem: click fraud. Texas researchers find that a neutral party’s investigation could save Internet ads.
Ninth straight record breaking month for temperature; largest departure from normal ever. Is global warming about to overwhelm us — or will La Niña save the day?
This week’s earthquakes occurred in Indonesia and New Zealand – while the earthquake swarm in Oklahoma goes on.
While consumers have benefited from lower gas prices, higher discretionary spending hasn’t been enough to trigger large gains in the economy. Why not?
Earthquake news this week was dominated by the deadly tremor in Taiwan, which killed dozens of people.
The Zika virus has been linked with Guillain-Barre Syndrome and birth defects, but does not cause these problems in Africa or Asia. What’s changed?
This week saw earthquakes in the northern and Southern Pacific region – and an update on research into earthquakes in Oklahoma.
As the ongoing water problems at Flint, Michigan play out in the nightly news, let’s recall that clean water is more than a basic right. Clean water is our future.