Because what could possibly go wrong dumping dangerous chemicals into the drinking water? A year after state environmental regulators called the SolarBees experiment a failure, state lawmakers are trying another unproven method to control...Show More Summary
As abortion laws in the U.S. have become more restrictive, some women have turned to dangerous methods of terminating their pregnancies at home. But there are safe ways for women to obtain abortions outside of formal health care settings, and a new study underscores the effectiveness of one of these methods: telemedicine. In the new…
Ridding water of tiny concentrations of pollutants isn't easy. Typically, a lot of energy or chemicals are required to remove these dangerous contaminants - but that could change. Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...Show More Summary
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria have become an increasingly dangerous problem in the medical community. Having a disease that is not adequately treated with medication can lead to prolonged illness and even death. This has led researchers...Show More Summary
New York - Scientists have developed a new method to neutralise a dangerous fungal toxin affecting crops that can lead to cancer, childhood stunting and other health threats. Researchers from the University of Arizona (UA) said theyShow More Summary
Campaign Life Coalition's #Ru486RuCrazy series focuses on the 'horrible abortion method' known as Mifegymiso.
You Can Totally Use a Guardian amiibo as a Charging Stand for the Switch Yet another way to charge your Switch while playing in tabletop mode. It's not exactly a method Nintendo would approval, but if you like to live dangerously, go for it!
The Odious Concept of Ethical Thresholds Unfortunately, most people don't understand the fundamental nature of ethics. Yes, the ultimate purpose is to arrive at actions that are clearly ethical. However, the method or process by which one arrives at and justifies an ethical proposition is as important as the proposition itself. Show More Summary
The California State Railroad Museum is presenting an exhibit featuring various snow removal methods, now through March 2017. See how cumbersome and dangerous snow removal on the railroad can be and how the preferred methods have changed over time. The exhibit and a historic 1920s 251,000-pound rotary snowplow will be on display in the Museum’s […]
University of Connecticut professor Peter Turchin believes civilization is in danger of collapse in the 2020s due to political turmoil hitting a fever pitch. Turchin has developed a mathematical method he believes can accurately explain and gauge human behavior. Show More Summary
(University of Texas at Dallas) A team of researchers at The University of Texas at Dallas has developed a novel method for trapping potentially harmful gases within microscopic organo-metallic structures.
Business technology is always changing, and if you don't do your best to stay ahead of the curve you could find yourself playing a very dangerous game of catch-up. Automating business processes and incorporating new methods of payment and customer service are integral to staying competitive as a retailer and employer. Show More Summary
Critics of fracking often cite increased earthquakes as one of the many dangers the natural gas extraction method poses to communities and regions. It’s a contentious issue — natural gas proponents and oil companies say it just ain’t true — but new research published Thursday finds that clusters of...
UBC researchers have developed a new classification system that could help police solve sex crimes.Using classified anonymous police case files and court records, researchers at UBC's Okanagan campus uncovered new subtypes of high-risk sexual offenders that could give police insight into the behaviour of convicted sex offenders who have been released into the community.
Long-term, broad-scale ecological data are critical to plant research, but often impossible to collect on foot. Traditional data-collection methods can be time consuming or dangerous, and can compromise habitats that are sensitive to human impact. Show More Summary
(University of British Columbia Okanagan campus) UBC researchers have developed a new classification system that could help police solve sex crimes.Using classified anonymous police case files and court records, researchers at UBC'sShow More Summary
Among the most dangerous phenomena on the planet, hurricanes are giant atmospheric vortexes with air pressure subsiding to the centre and a very high speed of the air flow. They appear in the middle latitudes because of the significant contrast of temperatures and pressures of allied air masses. Show More Summary
Directed by: Jaume Collet-Serra; Runtime: 86 minutes Grade: B Aquatic creature features like to flaunt the dangers looming in the depths of the oceans, adding mystery and ominous possibilities to the endless, dark expanses under the water's surface. Show More Summary
Combining multiple non-invasive measures, researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine describe a novel method to quantify the progression of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) to its more dangerous and deadly states -- advanced fibrosis and cirrhosis.
Only Seven of Nine can perceive aliens who conduct painful, dangerous experiments on the crew. Plot Summary: Paris sneaks off duty with...