“Building the airplane is the easy part,” said a NASA official.
It was jobs against the climate in this year’s environmental politics fights. Jobs won.
Congress picked up some winners with science backgrounds on Tuesday night.
Male rats zapped with high radiation actually lived longer, on average, than their undosed counterparts, because they suffered lower rates of kidney disease.
Some prosecutors are cracking down on prescription fraud involving the common addiction treatment Suboxone. Critics say this will only fuel the epidemic.
An FDA panel has voted in favor of an opioid tablet 500 to 1,000 times more potent than morphine. The panel’s head says the drug will kill people.
“It kind of adds insult to injury,” one scientist said. “There’s a heat wave, so you want a beer. But it costs more.”
Childhood Hunger And Poverty Statistics Are Under Threat From The Trump Administration, Experts Warn
“There is not anyone else who does the kind of work done by these experts,” said a former USDA statistics chief.
“Paranoia has to find an outlet,” said one psychologist.
Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou, and Donna Strickland invented optical tweezers and pulsed laser beams. It's been 55 years since a woman won the Physics Nobel.
“I think these people have watched too many Star Trek reruns,” said an expert on civilizational collapse.
The Trump administration is revving up the fetal tissue debate just ahead of the midterm elections.
The feds said the show was Boston Med but it seems to have been a different show, Save My Life: Boston Trauma.
“Something economic or technological” is driving the increasing deaths, an expert said, perhaps steadily lower prices for more potent drugs.
Around 70,000 people died of drug overdoses last year in the US. A federal drug use survey suggests that might be discouraging people from trying heroin.
The predictions are for big storm surges in North Carolina, as high as 13 feet.
Following in the footsteps of hurricanes Matthew, Fran, and Hugo, Hurricane Florence promises rain, floods, and power outages in the Carolinas.
Federal regulators are cracking down on sales of deadly illegal drugs on social marketing platforms, a problem pointed out by the researcher.
Powerful microwave radiation is the latest crazy theory to explain the US diplomats' illnesses. Many scientists aren’t buying it.
In France, about 40% of the population believes vaccines are unsafe, and in Ukraine, it's about 25%.