Results for: scientists

Obama: 'The most fun event of the year'

Online platform 'Open Humans' launches to share DNA, other data

Critters found in Antarctic ice shows how tenacious life is

TV documentary probes mysteries, treatments, advances in cancer

Drugmakers Focusing on Rare Disease Treatments

Obama, wowed by young scientists, announces new STEM pledges

Czechs deploy wild horses from Britain to save biodiversity

Obama: 'Science Is for All of Us'

Sri Lanka's Sirisena forms national government with opposition

Alonso ready to race in Malaysia, say McLaren

5 key findings from AP's story on WHO and the Ebola outbreak

New pox discovered in Eastern Europe, but not deadly

Ken Burns unravels the mysteries of cancer in PBS film

Liberians overcome fear to volunteer for Ebola vaccine trial

American, Russian leaving Earth for year at space station

US agency approves genetically engineered potatoes, apples

1-year space crewmen will miss weather, nature while gone

Some Dems echo GOP's 'no compromise' demand in primaries

FDA approves genetically engineered potatoes, apples as safe

American, Russian leave Earth this week for year in space

Where They Stand: Ted Cruz on key issues of 2016 campaign

Ring of light: Total eclipse over Svalbard islands in Arctic

Oil council: Shale won't last, Arctic drilling needed now

Emails: UN health agency resisted declaring Ebola emergency

530 years after death, Richard III honored before reburial

How investigators will determine why Germanwings jet crashed

Japan uses climate cash for coal plants in India, Bangladesh

What to pack for year in space? A 'superhero utility belt'

Antarctica tourists: Be prepared for the wild and unexpected

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Special Report: When it comes to e-cigs, Big Tobacco is concerned for your...

Feds: Many causes for dramatic bee disappearance

Sun unleashes strongest solar flare of 2013 so far

Budget cuts pare real-time monitoring of volcanoes

Gov't dysfunction may be baked into the system

Power of Moore tornado dwarfs Hiroshima bomb

Breastmilk fights infant infections: study

Study: Cockroaches Survive by Losing Sweet Tooth

New reports suggests global warming could be slower than first thought

What do we eat? New food map will tell us

Families Begin Returning to Their Homes in Moore

It is rocket science, as SA firm expands operation

Loving parents can overcome risky genes

Cockroaches quickly lose sweet tooth to survive

LinkedIn looks to build on its impressive resume

Big 4 cellphone carriers unite on anti-texting ads

AP IMPACT: Commander of Nazi-led unit lives in US

CSIRO job cut fears

Cuba girds for climate change by reclaiming coasts

NY judge: Fed plan for morning-after pill sales OK

Australian marathon swimmer Chloe McCardel sets off on record attempt

NRL and AFL bosses miss Senate hearing

US court says human genes cannot be patented

Antarctic melting 10 times faster than 600 years ago

Qld researchers 'cure' breast cancer in mice

Correction: Kenya-Sandal Animals story

New Camera Captures Bug's Eye View

NASA craft's planet-hunting days may be numbered

Vital coastal carbon capture systems under threat

Stem cells recovered from cloned human embryos

Former ASADA chief expects more waiting

Spending cuts may deep-six crucial flood gauges

Culture war in Israel targets ultra-Orthodox Jews

AFL's Hird says ASADA interview welcome

EU cap-and-trade system suffers blow

Shy Elcho dolphins under boffin microscope

Wheat disease threatens global food supplies

Mystery surrounds gentle giants of the ocean

Scholars find cannibalism at Jamestown settlement

Gov. Quinn open to Great Lakes-Mississippi split

Scientists warn of Barrier Reef threat

APNewsBreak: Chinese-American released from China

IEA: Energy emissions rose to record high in 2012

NASA's veteran Mars rover driving to new spot