The age-old debate over the Shroud of Turin is being resurrected this Easter — thanks to the attention of a new pope, the creation of a "Shroud 2.0" app, and a new book that claims the cloth dates back
When workplace safety expert Eric Esswein got a chance to see fracking in action not too long ago, what he noticed was all the dust. It was coming off big machines used to haul around huge loads of sand.
As anyone who's ever observed an ant farm will attest, ants tend to pick the most efficient route through their maze to a food source, even when confronted with two seemingly identical routes. Scientists
This foot-and-mouth virus has a stable exterior, but no genetic material in its interior. Call it hollow-hearted. Researchers have built a mimic of the outer capsule of the foot-and-mouth disease virus.
This past winter has been exceptionally rough for honeybees — and although it's too early to say exactly why, the usual suspects range from pesticides that appear to cause memory loss to pests that got