Saying “the jury is still out” on the ramifications of electronic cigarettes would be a massive understatement. E-cigarettes* are designed to mimic tobacco cigarettes in both look and feel. Most … [Read full article]
Cambridge Scientists Raise Concern About New Times Atlas
Only days after the 13th and newest edition of The Times Comprehensive Atlas of the World was released to much acclaim and news reporting, scientists from the Scott Polar Research Institute at Cambridge University have raised concerns about the claims made by the atlas that there has been a 15% decrease in the permanent ice cover of Greenland in the past 12 years.
Ozone Hole Affecting Southern Hemispheres Climate
A new study has for the first time shown a direct link between the ozone hole which rests over Antarctica and climate change in the entire Southern Hemisphere.
Foremost Climate Change Expert Speaks Out
One of the world’s foremost experts on climate change, Lonnie Thompson, university professor in the School of Earth Science at Ohio State University, has spoken out for one of the … [Read full article]
Scientists Borrow Glowing Jellyfish Gene for Brain Research and Win Nobel
Two Americans, and one Japanese scientist, (Martin Chalfie, Roger Tsien and Osamu Shimomura) recently won a share of the Chemistry Nobel Prize for “borrowing” the glowing jellyfish trait and putting … [Read full article]