Bug Bombs Don’t Get Rid of Bugs, Study Suggests
Sciences In the United States alone, we spend more than $2.5 billion a year trying to rid our homes ofRead more.
Eating Less White Rice May not Cut Diabetes Risk, Studies Show
ST Cutting down on white rice to lower your risk of diabetes? It may be more important to pay attentionRead more.
Highlights of China’s Science and Technology News
Xinhua BEIJING – The following are the highlights of China’s science and technology news in the past week: — TheRead more.
With Autism on the Rise, Science Is on the Hunt for Answers
Agencies One in 59 children are diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a wide array of conditions affecting aRead more.
China Appeals to US to Accept Its Technology Progress
AP China urged Washington on Thursday to accept its industrial development after U.S. intelligence officials said Beijing steals or copiesRead more.
‘This is shocking.’ An undersea plague is obliterating a key ocean species
Science Magazine An “underwater zombie apocalypse.” That’s how wildlife veterinarian Joe Gaydos of the University of California (UC), Davis, describesRead more.
Is Tourism Endangering These Giant Lizards?
Science Is tourism endangering one of the world’s most iconic lizard species? It seemed that way after the unexpected announcementRead more.
Is Breakfast Really Good For You? Here’s What the Science Says
TIME The weight-loss question has been central to the breakfast debate for years, in part because several high-profile studies —Read more.