Seafood is an essential staple in the diets of people around the world. Global consumption of fish and... The post How a Tiny Portion of the World’s Oceans Could Help Meet Global Seafood Demand appeared first on SciTech Connect .
Let's say you had a fear of worms—specifically, that when you died, worms would devour your corpse. Add to that a fear of rotting, and it's pretty clear that death is going to be a problem for you. Th ... Read more
The White House will repeal the Clean Power Plan, the centerpiece of President Barack Obama’s effort to fight global warming, but will keep the door open to a replacement, according to an E.P.A. memo. Read more
Science News magazine has selected José Dinneny, of Carnegie’s Department of Plant Biology, as one of ten young scientists to watch in 2017. The researchers were selected because they are likely to ma ... Read more
Google said that new phone comes with updated hardware and a camera that has been rated by DxO as the best phone camera ever with 98 points, beating the Apple iPhone 8 Plus that has 94 points. Read more
Classical mythology is full of heroes but Hercules (known to the Greeks as Heracles) is undoubtedly the most celebrated of them all. Although his heroic life was packed with daring escapades from begi ... Read more
A new study warns that Melbourne and Sydney should prepare for 50-degree Celsius (122-degree Fahrenheit) summer days under the Paris Agreement global warming limit of 2 degrees Celsius (4 degrees Fahr ... Read more
WASHINGTON (AP) — Legislation that could help usher in a new era of self-driving cars advanced in Congress on Wednesday after the bill's sponsors agreed to compromises to address some concerns of safe ... Read more