United States  Video

“America's speediest news portal”
One News Page
Scientists News 
Studying oxygen, scientists discover clues to recovery from mass extinction   Flinders University Scientists Develop New Environmental Polymer Which Quickly and Effectively Soaks up Crude Oil   Scientists blast iron with lasers to study the cores of rocky exoplanets   Dogs probably can't predict earthquakes, scientists say   Scientists think these meteorite diamonds formed on a long-lost planet   Scientists use carbon nanotube technology to develop robust water desalination membranes  
0
shares
Share on
Facebook
Share on
Twitter
Post on 
Reddit
Share by
Email
 

United States $4.3 BN In-Situ Hybridization Market 2018 - Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts to 2024

Dublin, April 20, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "In Situ Hybridization: US Market Shares, Strategy, and Forecasts, 2018 to 2024" report from Wintergreen Research, Inc has been added to..
GlobeNewswire

Emperor penguin behaviour is not black and white, say New Zealand scientists

Scientists have made some unexpected discoveries about the frozen continent’s best-known residents: the emperor penguin. Found only in Antarctica, they’re also the tallest and heaviest penguin..
S.China Morning Post Also reported by •New Zealand Herald

Videos for scientists

News video: Scientists Thrilled by Major Fossil Find in Santa Clara County

Scientists Thrilled by Major Fossil Find in Santa Clara County 02:37

Construction workers dug up a treasure trove of prehistoric fossils while working on the massive Calaveras Dam project in Santa Clara County. Mary Lee reports. (4-19-18)
Source: CBS 5 SF KPIX -

News video: Air quality grades

Air quality grades

Minnesota has earned a passing grade.
Source: KIMT -

News video: Keeping the Bees Alive

Keeping the Bees Alive

Researchers are fighting to save local honey bees
Source: WTVA ABC Tupelo, MS -

News video: Scientists Think Cows Will Be the Largest Animals on Land in the Future

Scientists Think Cows Will Be the Largest Animals on Land in the Future 01:05

A new study in the journal Science notes that “human activities are putting larger animals at a higher risk of extinction.” Cows may be the largest animals in about 300 years.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Skin Implant Creates Mole-Like Tattoo that Could Detect Cancer

Skin Implant Creates Mole-Like Tattoo that Could Detect Cancer 00:55

Researchers from the ETH Zurich University have developed a skin implant that detects cancer. Tony Spitz has the details.
Source: Veuer -

 

What is Novichok?

what is novichok?
Russian scientists who developed the agents claim they are the deadliest ever made
Tiverton Mid Devon Gazette Also reported by •Exeter Express and EchoNorth Devon JournalWestern Morning NewsTorquay Herald Express

Singaporean university’s robot can assemble IKEA furniture in 20 minutes

By Shafi Musaddique Scientists have taken three years to develop two robotic arms that can assemble IKEA flat-pack furniture in just 20 minutes. The robot took just 20 minutes and 19 seconds to put..
S.China Morning Post

Weather foils Michigan plan to relocate sharp-tailed grouse

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan wildlife biologists are postponing a release of sharp-tailed grouse in the western Upper Peninsula because of prolonged wintry weather. The species hasn’t been seen..
Seattle Times

Oxford dodo died after being shot in the head, scientists claim

oxford dodo died after being shot in the head, scientists claim
The famous dodo head in Oxford's Ashmolean museum is the only intact dodo head in the world - all others are skulls. A CT scan has revealed it was blasted with a shotgun in the head from close range.
MailOnline

Cows may be largest animals on land in the future, scientists say

A new study in the journal Science notes that “human activities are putting larger animals at a higher risk of extinction.” Cows may be the largest animals in about 300 years.
USATODAY.com

There's a new vape pen taking over America — and it has Wall Street worried about tobacco stocks (MO, PMI)

there's a new vape pen taking over america — and it has wall street worried about tobacco stocks (mo, pmi)
· *The Juul, a wildly popular vape pen with twice the nicotine content of similar devices, is starting to encroach on Big Tobacco's financial terrain.* · *In a recent memo, Citigroup analysts warned..
Business Insider

Half of the Great Barrier Reef has died since 2016 — here's what happens if all coral reefs on Earth die off

half of the great barrier reef has died since 2016 — here's what happens if all coral reefs on earth die off
· *Since 2016, coral bleaching events have killed off approximately half of the Great Barrier Reef, the largest and most extensive reef system in the world.* · *The heat and acidity devastating the..
Business Insider

CTNext Announces Entrepreneur Innovation Award Finalists

Pitch Event to be held at Westport Maker Faire on April 21 ROCKY HILL, Conn. (PRWEB) April 19, 2018 CTNext, Connecticut’s go-to resource for entrepreneurial support, today announced the..
PRWeb

Why scientists think cows could be the largest animals on land in 300 years

Cows — simple-minded, prone to belching, and eager to eat — may be the planet's largest land animals in two or three centuries.  But it's not because they're getting any bigger.  Rather,..
Mashable

Hubble's 28 years marked by shot of wild stellar nursery

CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — NASA is marking the 28th anniversary of the Hubble Space Telescope's launch with a peek into a wild stellar nursery. Scientists released the picture Thursday in advance of..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

12 photos show how humans explored Earth's oceans from the 1600s to now

12 photos show how humans explored earth's oceans from the 1600s to now
The world's oceans cover 71% of the planet's surface, yet we've more thoroughly mapped the surface of Mars than we have the ocean floor. At the recent opening of an exhibit about exploring unseen..
Business Insider

A finger bone from an unexpected place and time upends the story of human migration out of Africa

It’s only 3 centimeters long and less than 1 centimeter wide, but it has the potential to rewrite the history of our ancestors’ migration out of Africa. The object in question is a fossilized..
L.A. Times

Robots have mastered the miserable task of assembling Ikea furniture — and they can do it in 20 minutes

robots have mastered the miserable task of assembling ikea furniture — and they can do it in 20 minutes
· *Researchers in Singapore have programmed robots to assemble an Ikea chair.* · *The autonomous machines can complete the chair assembly in around 20 minutes.* ..
Business Insider

Heatwave kills one third of Great Barrier Reef, new study shows

Scientists say heat has killed one third of the Great Barrier Reef. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.
USATODAY.com

You Might Like


 Page 1  〉 
Environmentally friendly: One News Page is hosted on servers powered solely by renewable energy
© 2018 One News Page Ltd. All Rights Reserved.  |  About us  |  Disclaimer  |  Press Room  |  Terms & Conditions  |  Privacy Policy  |  Content Accreditation
 RSS  |  News for my Website  |  Free news search widget  |  Help  |  Contact us  |  DMCA / Content Removal
How are we doing? Send us your feedback  |   LIKE us on Facebook   FOLLOW us on Twitter   FIND us on Google+