Electroplating stout metals with aluminum was described at the Chicago Institute of the American Chemical Society last week. If the process should become practicable commercially, housewifery and industry will benefit by inestimable billions.
The molecule was not alive, at least not in any conventional sense.
One horrible day 1,600 years ago, the wisdom of many centuries went up in flames.
Censorship was lifted last week from one of the great scientific discoveries of World War II. It is an insecticide called DDT
A British executive who says he was sacked because of his beliefs about climate change is defending his right to make a claim for unfair dismissal against his former employers. Tim Nicholson, 42, was employed by UK property company, Grainger as head of sustainability from 2006 to 2008
A controversial exhibition featuring preserved corpses having sex opened Thursday in Germany’s capital. Part of his traveling “Body Works” exhibition, “The Cycle of Life,” is showing at Berlin’s Postbahnhof and features 200 human bodies at various life stages — from conception to old age, including embryos and fetuses taken from historic anatomical collections
How Sex Works: Why We Look, Smell, Taste, Feel and Act the Way We Do By Dr. Sharon Moalem 274 pages; Harper The Gist: At this point, is there anything we don’t know about the biology of sex Never before has a populace had as much access to information about how their bodies operate.
Dueling theories of how the universe was created got a split decision Friday night from the Texas Board of Education, which required examination of "all sides of scientific evidence" in new science standards, but rejected language requiring teachers to teach the "strengths and weaknesses" of scientific theories. The debate pitted proponents of Charles Darwin’s theory of evolution against supporters of religion-based theories of intelligent design, or creationism. “Science loses