It’s time for another ‘Ask the Expert’ question from our readers. This reader wants to know how we really know the universe is expanding – Paul Heckert, PhD has the answer.
This week’s featured earthquakes occurred in the Philippines, Iran and Alaska – and the ground shook in the high Arctic, too.
In the centre of the continental US and far from any tectonic margins, Utah might seem an unlikely candidate for a major earthquake. But all is not as it seems…
This week’s seismic update saw earthquakes in Fiji and in Russia – and there’s a quick look back at 2016.
Sun and earth to collide. Schizophrenic Super-Typhoon. Days get longer but sunrise gets later. Has the world gone nuts?
New research has found a way to reverse the chemical process of combustion – Scientists have discovered how to use graphene to turn carbon dioxide into ethanol.
Three earthquakes – in California, Papua New Guinea and Brazil – indicate what we can learn about earthquakes from the depth at which they occur.
The temperature’s risin’, will the atmosphere blow a fuse? Let’s look at November’s Global Temperature Analysis.
Beef liver divides people into two groups, the lovers and the haters. Whichever group you may be in, the question remains: Is fried beef liver good for you?
This week was dominated by a major earthquake and aftershocks in the Solomon Islands – but there were also earthquakes in China and off California.