This week’s featured earthquakes are in Bolivia, Sumatra and Hawaii – and the depth of each gives us clues to its origin.
A new study combines nanotechnology with urea to make a more efficient nitrogen-phosphorus fertilizer.
January 2017 continued the trend of rising temperatures, albeit at a more modest pace than January 2016.
The largest earthquake this week was in the Philippines – and there were also intermediate sized tremors in the South Atlantic and in Alaska.
In a quiet week, there was a notable earthquake in Pakistan — and something to be learned from looking at patterns of earthquakes elsewhere.
2016 is in the books as the hottest year ever. What’s going on in 2017? Plenty. Let’s look at weather around the world, for the first month of the new year.
How do spiders choose a Valentine? New research indicates that for male tarantulas, it might be as simple as which girl is standing on the right.
In a quiet week, we’re looking at smaller earthquakes in Vanuatu and the South Atlantic – and what’s going on in Alaska?
MOOC, or Massive Online Open Courses, hold an enormous potential – but only when participants continue and complete the course. New research shows how easy it is to keep students involved.
Materials science covers a number of disciplines, including nanomaterials used in electronics and biomedical supplies. This is a growing field and new research is fascinating.