Chlorine in swimming pools could make your sunscreen less effective, according to a Binghamton study published in the Chemical Engineering Journal and highlighted by Rodale.
Nasa says it will launch a new rover to Mars in 2020, to be based on its Curiosity robot, which landed on the Red Planet in August.
Palaeontologists identify what is likely to be the oldest known dinosaur specimen, patching a 10-15-million-year hole in dinosaurs' evolutionary history.
Nominations for the 2013 USC Mellon Mentoring Awards will be accepted through Feb. 22. Awardees will be announced at the end of March and honored at a ceremony to be held April 25.
The Mellon awards, given annually since 2005, have recognized the contributions of more than 200 individual faculty and six programs.
Norman P. Neureiter, a Leading Advocate of Science Diplomacy, Wins Austrian Cross of Honour
Norman P. Neureiter of AAAS has received the Austrian Cross of Honour for contributions to the success of Vienna-based IIASA, a science organization that addresses global challenges.
Researchers Using Genomics, Immunotherapy to Tackle Hard-to-Treat Cancers in Children
Researchers find promise in distinguishing cancers by their mutations and developing gentler, more effective therapies that put a patient's immune system to work.
AAAS Members Elected as Fellows
The 701 association members elected by the AAAS Council will be recognized for their contributions to science and technology in February at the 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston.
Science: GRAIL Mission Reveals Moon’s Crust in Detail
New results from the GRAIL mission reported in Science Express offer a high-resolution picture of the lunar crust, filling in many details of the Moon’s surface and the rock right below.
The latest work assignment for NASA's long-lived Mars rover Opportunity is a further examination of an area where the robot just completed a walkabout.