A lecturer from Durham University has been awarded a grant for his part in a project that seeks to further our understanding of how the sun works.
A Durham University social media expert is preparing to travel to Uganda as part of a charity’s unusual bloggers’ mission.
Dogs pick out faces of other dogs, irrespective of breeds, among human and other domestic and wild animal faces and can group them into a category of their own. They do that using visual cues alone, according to new research by Dr. Dominique Autier-Dérian from the LEEC and National Veterinary School in Lyon in France and colleagues.
A controversial component of plastic bottles and canned food linings that have helped make the world's food supply safer has recently come under attack: bisphenol A. Widely known as BPA, it has the potential to mimic the sex hormone estrogen if blood and tissue levels are high enough.
Close look suggests some NIH-approved stem cells may not be ethically up to snuff
Physical oceanographer dives into the deep end of the science education pool
What's behind his claims about the value of genome research and his plan to combat climate change?
Significant progress has been made on two renewable energy projects that is not only cost effective, but ultimately will contribute to the long-term efforts in sustainability by reducing the amount of electricity the Desert Research Institute needs from the utility
The 2012 Lake Tahoe Summit provided an opportunity for Desert Research Institute (DRI) reaseachers to demonstrate to Sen. Dean Heller methods used to study changes in water clarity and invasive species.