Lynne Peeples • November 12, 2009
What science has to say about the best way to train your dog
Lynne Peeples • October 28, 2009
An Associated Press investigative report debunks claims from global warming skeptics.
Lynne Peeples • October 6, 2009
This year's first round of winners represents a historical first for the prize.
Lynne Peeples • June 4, 2009
Scientists study how biodiversity affects the spread of animal-borne disease.
Lynne Peeples • April 22, 2009
Dairy farmers know that happy cows just keep on giving.
Lynne Peeples • March 25, 2009
Invasive sea lampreys may soon become vulnerable to a powerful new stake to the heart: irresistible sex pheromones.
Lynne Peeples • February 24, 2009
Eco-conscious gyms allow members to spin calories into electricity.
Lynne Peeples • January 12, 2009
“Can rainfall trigger autism?” asked a headline on the Seattle Post-Intelligencer website. MSNBC’s online title answered, “Autism linked with rainfall in study,” while The Palm Beach Post of West Palm […]
Lynne Peeples • December 22, 2008
The U.S. Navy, environmental groups and the U.S. Supreme Court fight to balance national and whale security.
Lynne Peeples • December 12, 2008
A New York City company is converting the East River’s tidal currents into electricity.
Lynne Peeples • November 21, 2008
Google’s cleverness seems to know no limits. Evidence of this was last month’s “Goggles” add-on for Gmail that forces the intoxicated emailer to answer five math questions correctly–in less than […]
Lynne Peeples • November 7, 2008
A cooler ocean is feeding hungry salmon, but their ultimate survival remains uncertain.