Polar bear researchers experiment with crowdsourcing for data on climate change's effects
1st American to orbit Earth remembers fellow pioneer Scott Carpenter as adventuresome, curious
A new study shows older adults who perform "do it yourself" home activities have a lower risk of heart attack and stroke.
Dengue-blocking mosquito released in Vietnam; bacteria could be key to fighting disease
UC San Diego gets $100 million to open stem cell center to accelerate research
News organizations ask judge to unseal documents in killing of Mass. high school teacher
India vies for elite place in space exploration with ambitious spacecraft voyage to Mars
The mysteries of the Red Planet have long attracted scientists and space nerds alike.
University of Mary Washington to launch geospatial analysis master's program in 2014
Barges, cranes drop limestone boulders into Gulf of Mexico as oyster reef restoration begins
Top climate scientists ask environmentalists to support nuclear power in climate battle
International panel's leaked report predicts more illness, war, disease with global warming
Scientists fear mutated white pine fungus could threaten eastern forests; struck a century ago
Japanese sea hunts threaten smaller species, dolphins, conservation group says
A tale of 2 setters? Study says dogs pick up on subtle signal from tail wags to left or right
Dramatic dust storms common in arid climates, desert terrain, agricultural regions
Scientists urge Congress to defeat logging bills, warn of harm to Yosemite, Western wildlife
Physics experiment deep in abandoned gold mine fails to find any sign of elusive dark matter
A three-year study concludes that vital infrastructure at the world's largest naval base in Norfolk would not survive the impact of climate change by the second half of this century.
Belgium considering unprecedented law to grant euthanasia for children, dementia patients