This Radically Faster Crossbreeding Technique Is Changing Agriculture Business Insider Farmers have been using crossbreeding for almost 10,000 years to grow fruits, vegetables and crops that are heartier and tastier.
CBS Local Astronaut Mae Jemison Teaches Science To Kids At Grand Central CBS Local NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A portion of Grand Central Terminal was turned into an interactive science exhibit with a very impressive instructor Wednesday.
ABC News How a 15-Year-Old Stopped More Killings in Texas ABC News The Constable's Office previously identified a different person as the suspect to ABC News. That individual's name has been removed from this story.
NBCNews.com The Google Exec and the Prostitute: Silicon Valley After Dark NBCNews.com Tichelman, 26, was being held on $1.5 million bail by authorities in Santa Cruz County, California, on manslaughter, drug and prostitution charges in the death of...
Maryland Science Center caters to home-schooled kids WBAL Baltimore The Maryland Science Center has offered these programs in the past, but with more and more families choosing to home school their kids, there are more options than ever.
Specialized camp encourages science focus for San Francisco teacher KTVU San Francisco "I have not met a kid that is not interested in science in some respect," said Barisonek. However, he admits that more could be done in schools.
You want to leave your home and your job and explore what the world has to offer. But here's the next best thing -- 15 books that take place in science fiction and fantasy versions of the most fascinating places on Earth.
Fox News Flood of lawsuits to follow wave of illegal immigrants? Fox News June 25, 2014: A group of immigrants from Honduras and El Salvador, who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border illegally, are stopped in Granjeno, Texas.
Debut for science's shot at informing global development SciDev.Net Crowdsourcing could help to identify emerging development issues and ensure the global development agenda is more representative of views from the global South, says a prototype of...
ABC News Texas Shooter Kicked in Door, Tied Up Kids, Executed Them ABC News FedEx confirmed to ABC News that Haskell previously worked as a driver for the company but was employed by an independent contractor.
How math is growing more strawberries in Southern California PBS NewsHour It takes math. Mathematicians are helping farmers use numerical modeling to boost strawberry and raspberry production in Southern California.
NBCNews.com Planet of the Apes: That Couldn't Happen….Right? TIME Part of the job of any science reporter is to ruin your moviegoing experience. Blown away by Gravity? Here are all the ways they got the science wrong.
Is Social Media Saving Science? Pacific Standard Authored by a team of Japanese and American scientists and published in Nature in January, the papers fell under suspicion within days, thanks to discussions on blogs, Twitter, and the online science...
Are science and faith in conflict? The Tennessean Some say science and faith don't mix, that you have to pick a side. Others argue that science and faith are not mutually exclusive, that one can be both a person of faith and of science.
Telegraph.co.uk Technology and data: the trends changing the world Telegraph.co.uk The global scale of the contradictions people feel about technology, the economy, big corporations and population change are revealed for the first time in an...