A study on the extracted rocks from Mountain Hood has helped researchers to find the indications suggesting the likelihood of a volcano eruption soon.
In a joint study, researchers from the Oregon State University and the University of California Davis, found that 'Magma' underneath the rock surface is very cold (less than 750 Degree Celsius) most of the times and cannot make movements.
The recent statistical figures have revealed that doctors at NHS have been paid up to £3,000 per shift to in the A&E rotas. Wye Valley NHS Trust, in Hertfordshire, has even paid £3,717 for working a regular shift of 30 hours. The report has been criticized by health authorities and concerned citizens.
Some Indian pharmaceutical companies have been blamed by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for showing inaccurate drug trial results and exporting fake medicines to the US. India, being the second largest exporter of over-the-counter and prescription drugs to the US, supplies 40% of drugs to the US.
The highly anticipated 2014 Great Backyard Bird Count has already started on February 14. This citizen powered science project is quite helpful for people who have keen interest in monitoring bird populations from around the world. It also brings all bird enthusiasts and bird watchers on one stage.
To monitor America's educational progress, a survey is conducted after every few years by National Science Foundation. As per the NSF data published recently, out of every four Americans, one believes that the sun revolves around the earth. The outcomes were released from a 2012 survey in which 2,000 people were asked various science questions.
A new study has revealed that video games can help people with dyslexia by improving their reading performance. The study witnessed that people with dyslexia were able to better manage shifting attention between audio and video by playing videogames. Researchers saw that the dyslexic participants were also able to differentiate between the two.
The Director of University Health Services has said that a male student might have spread measles among others in Northern California who have come in contact with him between February 4 and 7. The student contracted measles after travelling to Asia. Dr.
Scientists have taken inspiration from termites to create robots that are well capable of constructing predefined structures.
NASA's Hubble Space Telescope and Cassini spacecraft captured aurora images on Saturn as it put on a brilliant dancing light show at it poles. Hubble telescope observed the northern auroras in ultraviolet wavelengths whereas NASA's Cassini spacecraft got close-up views in infrared, visible-light and ultraviolet wavelengths.
The US FDA has rejected third supplemental new drug application filed by Johnson & Johnson for blood thinning drug Xarelto. The company had filed for approval for anti-blood clotting drug for thrombotic cardiovascular events and stent thrombosis.
Researchers from the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory have taken a major step towards use of energy released during fusion process as energy source.
In their experiment, the scientists found that fusing hydrogen was capable of providing more energy in comparison to the lasers (fuel) that were put in order to begin the reaction.
A new method to accurately count number of whales from space has been discovered by scientists working on ecology projects in England and Antarctica. They say that a satellite revolving around Earth has spotted 55 southern right whales, which were hanging out in the shallow waters off Argentina.
A team of researchers from France and Sweden is claiming to have evidence that could be of significant help in clarifying the origin and evolution of human face. The group of researchers carried out a detailed investigation of 410 million years old fossilized specimen of Romundina fish.
Researchers, Scientists, Conservationists all are saying that all the good things on Earth are coming towards an end gradually. Elizabeth Kolbert's newly launched book 'The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History' is an informative and entertaining piece of writing comprising of 13 chapters, each about different species and the extinctions that occurred in the past on our planet.
Almost 400 years back, Great scientist Galileo Galilei was amazed to observe that size of the cosmic objects was changed depending on observer's position. He found that a visual illusion resulted in a changed size of the cosmic bodies, when seen with a naked eye.
Scientists have revealed that crocodiles can climb trees. Yes, there have been anecdotal reports that the reptiles were spotted in tress in Mississippi, Colombia, and along the Nile, but only three references for the same are present in scientific literature.
In 1827, John James Audubon started to look for a great auk to draw for his famous 'Birds of America'. It was first published as a series in sections between 1827 and 1838.
He explored the coasts of Newfoundland for hours, not even a single one of the species was found by him. The species were once so plentiful in the Atlantic that they were used as food and fuel by the settlers.
Researchers at Penn State University have successfully inserted nanoparticles inside living human cells. The movement of the particle is directed with help of both ultrasonic waves and magnetic forces.
Bird count is an event that unites bird lovers from all over the world and the 17th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) will take place from February 14 to February 17. Anyone could participate in the event and can count birds for at least 15 minutes on one or more days of the count anywhere in the whole world.
Researchers have come up with a new finding that the neck joint of a common American field ant can bear pressures of up to 5,000 times than its own weight.
In order to gain insight into the formation of auroral curls, the Ground-to-Rocket Electrodynamics-Electrons Correlative Experiment (GREECE) mission has been launched by NASA on March 3, 2014.
The rocket was launched from Poker Flat research range in Alaska and measured observations from middle of the aurora with help of on-board...
Love for the country and the sacrifices he has made for his nation made him express a wish which he could not speak but his lips said correctly that he didn't want to die, said General Jose Ornella at the death of Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez...
According to experts, gasoline prices are likely to hit the 2013 low after going down to their lowest levels in nearly three years. At national level, the average price for gasoline has gone up to $3.20 a gallon after going down to $3.17 earlier...
A new study has revealed a relationship between vitamin...
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The Hubble Space Telescope provided an opportunity to...
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