In southern Slovenia’s Postojna Cave, biologists are awaiting the birth of an animal that gave rise to the legend of the “dragon’s offspring.”
The GOP’s fight with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) over claims that the agency manipulated scientific data in favor of global warming has heated up, with Congressman Lamar Smith demanding NOAA’s emails on the subject.
Evenflo is recalling 56,000 child safety seats because young children can easily loosen the internal harness, possibly putting them at risk in the event of an accident.
In Chile and California this year, sea lion pup stranding’s are down significantly from last year, but this is actually bad news. The youngsters aren’t washing ashore hungry, sick and disorientated because most of them are dead.
Mercedes-Benz is pulling some of its robots off the production line at its biggest factory in Sindelfingen, and is replacing them with humans.
The executive of a now defunct cheese company accused of selling “real Parmesan cheese” containing wood pulp instead of cheese had her day in court Friday, entering guilty pleas for herself and the companies.
Driverless vehicle technology has been hailed as the answer to a number of transportation problems. We have been told this new technology will not only be environmentally-friendly, but will help in saving energy.
A New York food company is recalling approximately 3,004 pounds of various chicken products because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
Under the terms of an historic settlement, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will analyze the impacts of atrazine and glyphosate, along with propazine and simazine, on 1,500 U.S. endangered plants and animals.