Title: Dealing with Winter DrynessVenue: Collins Library / Baldwin CityCategory: Libraries, Archives, & MuseumsDate: Wed, Feb 06, 2013Time: 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM
Drones could soon be helping protect rhinos, tigers and elephants in Africa and Asia, thanks to cash from Google.
IRT will collect donations of new socks and mittens through Dec. 13 through its “Joy of Sox” drive for the homeless.
Scientists Should Work to Maintain the Internet as a Tool for Freedom, Diplomat Says
In a talk at AAAS, Assistant U.S. Secretary of State Michael Posner explained how the Internet intersects with human rights issues—and why scientists should join the debate.
Researchers Gain New Insight on Traumatic Brain Injury, but Treatment Remains Elusive
As public concern grows over brain injuries suffered in sports and in battle, researchers at a forum co-sponsored by AAAS and the Foundation described the uncertain road to treatment.
Tornado-like vortexes can be produced in bizarre fluids which are controlled by quantum mechanics, completely unlike normal liquids.
Many older adults need only a little support to stay in their homes, but when that isn't available they can end up in an expensive nursing home where they don't need most of the available services.
A step-by-step procedure, or algorithm, for managing driver-less vehicles through intersections is described in new research.
A new drug demonstrated dramatic and rapid effects on prostate cancer that had spread to the bone, according to a new study.