Science

'A floodier future': Scientists say records will be broken

Jul 10, 2019

Federal scientists predict 40 places in the U.S. will experience higher than normal rates of so-called sunny day flooding this year because of rising sea levels and an abnormal El Nino weather system

Fresh from the lab: Startups make meat that avoids slaughter

Jul 9, 2019

A number of startups are creating meat in a lab to avoid hurting animals and damaging the environment

Archaeologists begin 1st excavations of Boston's Chinatown

Jul 8, 2019

Boston has launched the first archaeological excavations of the city's historic Chinatown

Before moon landing, astronauts learned geology in Arizona

Jul 8, 2019

Northern Arizona's fields of volcanic cinders and craters have been a training ground for every astronaut who has walked on the moon

Southern California reels from magnitude 7.1 quake

Jul 6, 2019

Small communities in the Mojave Desert are reeling from a magnitude 7.1 earthquake _ the second major temblor in as many days to rock Southern California

The Latest: 7.1 quake rattles Southern California

Jul 6, 2019

Authorities say a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that jolted California has caused injuries, sparked fires, closed roads and shaken ball games and theme parks

TV is over the moon with specials recounting 1969 landing

Jul 5, 2019

Television is over the moon about the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission this month

Strongest earthquake in 20 years rattles Southern California

Jul 5, 2019

A strong earthquake rattled a large swath of Southern California and parts of Nevada on Thursday, rattling nerves on the July 4th holiday and causing damage in a town near the epicenter amid a swarm of aftershocks

Orange fireball lighting Florida sky was Chinese space junk

Jul 3, 2019

Conspiracy theorists, stand down: That mysterious orange fireball streaking across the Florida sky was space junk from a Chinese satellite launch

Melted Alaska sea ice alarms coast residents, scientists

Jul 1, 2019

Northern Alaska coastal communities and climate scientists say sea ice disappeared far earlier than normal this spring and it's affecting wildlife

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