Monthly Archive

December 2013

December 30, 2013

A CUNY researcher studies how a rat’s environment can affect experimental results

December 23, 2013

Seismologists can track earthquakes faster, and in more detail, than ever before

December 19, 2013

Dehorning is a controversial method used to stop rhino poachers in Africa – but does it really work?

December 16, 2013

NASA has a long history of repurposing old missions that finished or went wrong and ending up with great science

December 12, 2013

New research suggests that the bacteria Staphylococcus can survive on euros for extended periods of time, raising concerns over the spread of disease in places such as hospitals

December 10, 2013

Keep it green when it’s getting red-hot

December 9, 2013

A new book proposes that cultural changes in the last few centuries have propogated non-infectious diseases that our ancestors didn't face

December 5, 2013

Scientists have a hard time agreeing on how to measure an animal’s personality

December 4, 2013

Why the technology that could have averted the Metro-North crash is stalled

December 4, 2013

Yes, but insulating can reduce my carbon footprint and save money

December 2, 2013

Scientists wonder what's in store as sun activity lingers at lowest in over a century


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