Bryna Mobley

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Rarely Seen Moonfish, Size of Manhole Cover, Caught on Camera

The opah, or moonfish, is a camera-shy animal that researchers know little about.<p>Its squat body and flimsy-looking pectoral fins may not scream speed-demon.<p>But the opah, or moonfish, is actually quite fast, and can run with the big boys like tuna and swordfish. That's just one of many surprising …

India to expand renewable energy drive during Obama's visit - Firstpost

<b>Washington:</b> India will look to the United States for more private sector partnerships and technology to support a drive to expand its use of clean …

The Cosmic Chemistry That Gave Rise to Water

The European Space Agency’s Herschel Space Telescope was able to examine the far-infrared light of star-forming regions until it was retired in 2013. …

Universe

Proof Of Alien UFO Cover-up? NASA Accused Of Deleting Earth Orbiting UFO From Apollo Mission Space Photo

NASA has been under fire lately from UFO researchers, who are accusing the agency of attempting to prevent people from seeing evidence of UFOs in its …

Paranormal

NRG's Grand Ambition To Dominate The Solar Market

As an owner of a fleet of coal and gas power plants worldwide, NRG Energy’s headlong dive into the world of solar power plant development and operation over five years ago made it an oddity in the power industry. It both bought a 21-megawatt project built by First Solar — NRG’s first solar power …

Solar Power

7 Glorious Times That Scientists Got Animals Drunk

7 Glorious Times Scientists Got Animals Drunk<p>Our favorite medical moments when animals got sauced in the name of science, including some song-slurring birds and some very inebriated bees<p>By Andrew Daniels, Photography By Thinkstock, Photography By Corbis Images<p>Humans do hilarious things under the …

What Happens to a Woman's Brain When She Becomes a Mother

From joy and attachment to anxiety and protectiveness, mothering behavior begins with biochemical reactions.<p>The artist Sarah Walker once told me that becoming a mother is like discovering the existence of a strange new room in the house where you already live. I always liked Walker's description …

Parenting

Grid Batteries for Wind, Solar Find First Customers - MIT Technology Review

Several new types of battery, each capable of cost-effectively storing the energy output from a wind or solar farm, are finally being hooked up to …

Clean Energy

Naia Reborn: See the Surprising Face of a First American

Researchers and artists have reconstructed the face of a teenage girl who lived 12,000 years ago in Mexico, and it's not the kind of face a person might typically associate with Native Americans.<p>The remains of the girl, nicknamed Naia (after the Greek term for a water nymph), were recovered from an …

Anthropology

A New Antibiotic That Resists Resistance

The British chemist Lesley Orgel had a rule: Evolution is cleverer than you. Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have repeatedly proven him right.<p>Since humans started making antibiotics for ourselves in the 1940s, bacteria have evolved to counteract our efforts. They are now winning. There are strains of …

How climate change is shifting nature’s timing

Every Spring, the blanket of Australian alpine snow starts to melt, and the Mountain Pygmy Possum wakes up from its seven-month-long …

Climate Change

Peek under the hood of a working enzyme - Futurity

Chemists have taken a peek inside a working enzyme to unravel the mystery behind these seemingly magical proteins.

Protein

Neil deGrasse Tyson Selects the Eight Books Every Intelligent Person on the Planet Should Read

In December of 2011, <b>Neil deGrasse Tyson</b> — champion of science, celebrator of the cosmic perspective, master of the soundbite — participated in Reddit’s Ask Me Anything series of public questions and answers. One reader posed the following question: <i>“Which books should be read by every single</i> …