On April 27, more than 3.5 million American workplaces will open to their doors to their employees’ children for memory-making experiences sure to last a lifetime.
More than 640,000 tons of traps, crab pots, nets and other fishing gear litter the ocean floor worldwide, trapping and killing marine life.
Scientists in Sweden and the United States are making rapid progress in “water splitting” to produce liquid hydrogen fuel from ordinary water.
Listen well. Australian scientists have found that plants communicate underground through series of clicks, sometimes in frequencies audible to the human ear.
A Penn State plant pathologist has received federal approval for gene-altered mushrooms that don’t brown as rapidly when sliced and exposed to oxygen.
In 2014, 49 people were killed while taking selfies of themselves with wild animals; peacocks and dolphins are among the animals that also died as the result of clumsy photo attempts.
The two billion pallets in use in the U.S., which eat up 50 percent or our annual hardwood harvest, are being converted into furniture by an enterprising Fort Worth company.
By using cold water, natural stain removers and line drying, we can turn out sparkling clean clothes in a planet-friendly fashion.
After losing 60 percent of its beehives last year, Maryland has become the first state to pass a law severely restricting pesticide use.
Contaminated air pumped back into passenger cabin areas that has mixed with some jet engine exhaust may be creating permanent disability and even death among airline employees and passengers.