contents | winter 2012
A look at changes in the diet of red knots at their one stopover between South America and the Arctic.
A new invention makes it possible to extract and dry the super-fine coal that has been discarded for decades.
Physicians are watching with interest as veterinarians use a new treatment developed by biomedical engineers to treat tumors in dogs. The most deadly of brain tumors happen in people and pooches.
Most of what we know about political appointees is based on anecdotes and assumptions, until now.
Sugars from plant materials can now be converted to hydrogen by a cell-free enzymatic process.
A tourist's dream of getting up close with wildlife is a community nightmare.
Two hundred years ago, in the center of the nation, an 8.0 earthquake changed the land and rivers over hundreds of miles and created new lakes. It could happen again.