Two analyses of ecological research projects warn that natural processes in the soil increase the threat of global warming.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
The shutdown of a Canadian nuclear reactor creates a greater than 50 percent chance of a shortage of an important testing marker.
The Golden web spider could help microscope users evade a basic law of physics.
Observations of the region beyond the planet Neptune are giving astronomers fresh understanding of our solar system's history – and may reveal a new planet.
Improvements in the technology of transplantation have opened up the donation of kidneys to significantly more living donors.
The 100th Indianapolis 500 will continue the tradition of testing tomorrow's commuter technology on the track.
The amateur playing with reigning Masters champ Jordan Spieth relies on physics knowledge and a unique set of clubs.
An understanding of scientific principles could help duffers and other recreational golfers to improve their shot-making.
New technology could make blood tests possible anywhere.
New technique uses the "Doppler effect" to detect abnormal blood flow.
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