The three-day investigation is expected to shed further light on ‘the discovery of the century.’ —> Read More
World’s most powerful telescope takes shape: James Webb ‘time machine’ receives its first mirror ahead of 2018 launch
When it launches, the James Webb telescope will be able to see back to 200 million years after the Big Bang, making it 100 times more powerful than Hubble. —> Read More
Could DETACHABLE cabins cut boarding times? Airbus patent reveals radical new design for future planes
Toulouse-based Airbus has recently filed a patent detailing ‘removable cabin modules’ that it says will help cut down boarding times for passengers. —> Read More
Gasoline prices have been plunging this fall, which is great for consumers. But it has been very hard on oil producers, who have been laying off legions of skilled workers. To hang on to their key employees, some companies are offering unpaid sabbaticals or trimming pay across the board to reduce labor costs without layoffs. But for many employers, times are so hard that they have no choice but to keep cutting employee ranks.
Einstein’s theory of general relativity turns 100 Wednesday. Astrophysicist Adam Frank tells us what this meant for science.
Ecuador’s economy is faltering thanks to a year of record low oil prices and fears of a “godzilla” El Niño forming in the Pacific Ocean. The situation is drawing bizarre parallels to the last major financial crisis to hit the small South American country in the late 1990s.
Environmental groups hoping to put pressure on delegates by staging rallies in the run up to and during the climate summit are rethinking plans after the recent attacks in Paris.
2015’s holiday toys have gone on sale – and experts say anything ‘Star Wars,’ life-like robotic pets and remote controlled toys should drive sales. —> Read More
Squash taste best when they achieve the ideal balance of starch and sugar. But how long you should wait depends on whether you’re cooking a small delicata or a big, bold butternut.
MIAMI, Nov. 25 (UPI) — Research shows fishermen are more supportive of shark conservation efforts if they have prior knowledge of local management and protection efforts. —> Read More