Analysis of small, repeating earthquakes in an Antarctic ice sheet may not only lead to an understanding of glacial movement, but may also shed light on stick slip earthquakes like those on the San Andreas fault or in Haiti, according to Penn State geoscientists.
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Seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong said on Thursday he would no longer fight doping charges by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency, which quickly said it would strip him of his titles
In Mongolia, U.S. scientists are studying climate clues in ancient tree rings to help answer a crucial question: How will global warming affect Asia’s monsoon rains, which supply water for agriculture and drinking to half the world’s population?
NASA has released raw footage of the Mars landing of the Curiosity rover.
Nathan Harden has left little to chance on people making the connection between his new book and perhaps the best known critique of Yale University, God and Man at Yale.
Citywide car-sharing service features a fleet of 70 BMW ActiveE all-electric vehicles and debut of smart parking app
Erich Mulato walked out of a dingy workshop in this mountain village and into a gold shop next door, clutching a handful of shiny warm nuggets newly refined from the ore he had brought in.
The largest public university system in the United States is finally realizing a vision of a centralized online hub -- but is doing so in a relatively contained way, at least at the start.
China relocated 1.3 million people during the 17 years it took to complete the Three Gorges dam.