As numbers of gray seals off New England rise, so do conflicts with fishermen and beachgoers
Want to know what kind of bird is perched in the backyard? Now there's an app for that.
While some teenagers spend their summer relaxing on the beach, others spend it studying some of the creatures that live there.
A plastic surgeon in Tampa, Florida, is part of a small yet growing number of doctors who use Google Glass in the operating room. The use of Glass in the operations is uncommon, but no longer unusual.
Archaeologists excavate Colonial American battleground in New York's Adirondack Mountains
Red meat isn't very green: Study finds beef pollutes far more than pork, poultry, dairy, eggs
Celebrate 45th anniversary of man's first moonsteps; tweets, lunar broadcasts, museum events
Comet-chasing space probe may be chasing 2 separate lumps, images suggest
Russian scientists think changing temperatures made 66-yard crater appear in northern Siberia
Vulnerable local beach destinations have a new tool to protect lives and property when extreme storms hit.
On a roll with hybrid success, Toyota gambles on futuristic fuel cell car running on hydrogen
Google, environmental group sniff methane in streets, find cities with older pipes leak more
Apollo 11's Buzz Aldrin asks world: Where were you while I walked on moon 45 years ago Sunday?
Obama administration approves using sonic cannons to explore for oil along US Eastern Seaboard
AP WAS THERE: Man walks on the moon and takes 'giant leap for mankind'
Using sonic cannons to locate offshore oil and gas, by the numbers
Obama administration approves sonic cannons, reopening US Eastern Seaboard to oil exploration
Former FDA, CDC officials: More food label changes needed to help people make healthy choices
Scientists transplant gene into pigs' hearts to create biological pacemaker, no battery needed
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