Washington Post Solar energy boosters have a lot to be happy about these days. The growth in their industry has been tremendous, so much so that proponents are now able to wave around some pretty impressive stats. Like this: There are now over 173,000 solar jobs in ...
io9 Bovine tuberculosis is a serious problem in many parts of the world, resulting in the culling of thousands of cattle each year and at tremendous cost. Now, Chinese scientists have produced a herd of transgenic cows that exhibit an improved ability to ... Tech Times The Guardian PerfScience -
USA TODAY There's at least an 80% chance of a megadrought in these regions if climate change continues unabated, Toby Ault, an atmospheric scientist at Cornell University and co-author of the research, said at a news conference Thursday in San Jose. A ... Forbes Journal and Courier Slate Magazine - -
NPR (blog) Bad news for bivalves comes this week from scientists studying ocean acidification. Ocean water in parts of the world is changing. Its chemistry is very slowly becoming more acidic, like lemon juice, and less alkaline, a la baking soda. The change so ... CBS News Bradenton Herald Asbury Park Press
NBC 7 San Diego An underground tank thought to be containing potentially hazardous materials was cleared by officials, though more testing needs to be done. NBC 7's Nicole Gomez reports live. (Published Thursday, Feb 5, 2015). Updated 2 hours ago. Parts of La Mesa ... fox5sandiego.com CBS 8 San Diego 10News