Archive

April 8, 2011 -- Anomaly at U.S. Particle Accelerator May Be Physics Breakthrough

April 7, 2011 -- NAS Member Richard Alley to Host TV Series

March 31, 2011 -- Business and Academic Leaders Call for Action on National Deficit

March 17, 2011 -- Japan’s Nuclear Crisis

March 16, 2011 -- Traffic Deaths Fall to Lowest Level Since 1949

March 11, 2011 -- Massive Earthquake Strikes Japan, Tsunami Alerts Issued

March 4, 2011 -- NASA Earth-Observation Satellite Fails to Reach Orbit After Rocket Failure

March 1, 2011 -- World's Coral Reefs Under Pressure

February 3, 2011 -- Latest Dietary Guidelines for Americans Released

January 27, 2011 -- NAE President Discusses Education, Innovation on C-SPAN

January 26, 2011 -- State of the Union Address Stresses Innovation

January 21, 2011 -- Mental Health Care Gains Attention in Wake of Tucson Shooting

January 18, 2011 -- USDA Details Proposed Changes to School Meals

January 10, 2011 -- HHS Recommends Lower Fluoride Levels in Drinking Water

January 4, 2011 -- President Signs Bill Reauthorizing America COMPETES Act

December 17, 2010 -- DOE Announces Plans for Securing Rare Minerals

December 15, 2010 -- U.S. Women Lag in Achieving Health Goals

December 2, 2010 -- Bacterium Discovery Raises Questions About Definition of Life

December 1, 2010 -- On World AIDS Day, Progress and Peril

November 22, 2010 -- NAS President Delivers Keynote for Report on Climate Change Adaptation in California

November 18, 2010 -- Members Receive National Medals of Science, Technology

November 17, 2010 -- Cicerone Testifies in Congress on Climate Change

October 22, 2010 -- USDA Revises WIC Food Program

October 18, 2010 -- Winners of National Medals of Science, Technology Announced

October 11, 2010 -- NAS Member Shares 2010 Nobel in Economic Sciences

September 29, 2010 -- NAE Members Testify in Congress on ‘Gathering Storm’

September 16, 2010 -- 2009 Poverty Measures Released

September 16, 2010 -- White House Announces Launch of New Nonprofit to Strengthen STEM Education

September 15, 2010 -- Disclosure of Medical Industry Payments Still Lax

September 14, 2010 -- Search for Asteroids Identifies Two Fly-Bys

August 11, 2010 -- NAS President, NAE Members Named to Secretary of Energy Advisory Board

July 14, 2010 -- New Rule Aids Veterans With PTSD

July 8, 2010 -- New Research Papers on Saving Lives in Sub-Saharan Africa

June 3, 2010 -- NAS, IOM Members Among Recipients of $1 Million Kavli Prizes

May 14, 2010 -- Senate Confirms Leader of New U.S. Cyber Command

May 6, 2010 -- Gulf Coast Oil Spill

April 28, 2010 -- Calif. County Law Bans Toys in Unhealthy Kids’ Meals

April 19, 2010 -- Earth Day 2010

April 12, 2010 -- Nuclear Security Summit Under Way in Washington, D.C.

April 1, 2010 -- Smashing Protons at Record Speed

March 15, 2010 -- Kansas Takes Step to Enact Indoor Smoking Restrictions

March 11, 2010 -- NOAA Issues Red Tide Warning

March 3, 2010 -- Federal Government Adds New Way to Measure Poverty

February 11, 2010 -- Obamas Launch National Effort to Tackle Childhood Obesity

February 4, 2010 -- White House Joins Grand Challenges for Engineering

January 12, 2010 -- New Smog Standards Take Aim at Reducing Mortality

January 7, 2010 -- Protecting a Critical Resource

December 7, 2009 -- U.N. Climate Summit Under Way in Copenhagen

December 4, 2009 -- Mapped Genome Shows Corn's Adaptability

November 23, 2009 -- White House Announces Effort to Improve Science, Math Education

November 19, 2009 -- Developing Cutting-Edge Technological Concepts for the Future

November 9, 2009 -- African Science Academies Issue Report on Using Science To Save Lives

November 4, 2009 -- NAS, IOM Members to Serve as Science Envoys‪‪

November 3, 2009 -- The Importance of Maintaining U.S. Funding for Global Health

October 20, 2009 -- Census Bureau Releases Alternative U.S. Poverty Estimate

October 20, 2009 -- Teens Still Not Getting Enough Fruits and Vegetables, CDC Report Finds

October 14, 2009 -- IOM Report Provides Impetus for Veterans' Health Treatments

October 12, 2009 -- NAS Members Share Nobel Prize for Economics

October 7, 2009 -- Nobel Prize for Chemistry Awarded to NAS Members

October 6, 2009 -- NAE Members Share 2009 Nobel Prize in Physics

October 5, 2009 -- Members Share Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

October 1, 2009 -- Speeding Progress in Stem Cell Research

September 29, 2009 -- NAS Member Roger Beachy to Join Obama Administration

September 18, 2009 -- Academy Members to Receive National Medals of Science, Technology and Innovation

September 16, 2009 -- Healthy School Lunches for Healthy Kids

August 18, 2009 -- White House Orders Review of U.S. Export Control System

August 14, 2009 -- Preventive Care Is Good for the Body and Mind

August 3, 2009 -- Academy Members Among Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipients

July 31, 2009 -- Next Steps for NASA After Half Century of Achievement

July 23, 2009 -- Consumer Awareness Is an Active Ingredient in Self-Medication

July 14, 2009 -- Obama Selects Academy Members for Key Positions

July 2, 2009 -- Dioxins Could Interfere With Lactation

June 26, 2009 -- Supreme Court Opinion Cites NAS Forensic Science Report

June 26, 2009 -- Marine Habitats Trashed by Litter

June 17, 2009 -- New Government Report Details Impacts of Climate Change

June 11, 2009 -- African Scientists Ask G8+5 To Join Battle Against 'Brain Drain'

June 4, 2009 -- Cybersecurity: Taking a Step in the Right Direction

May 28, 2009 -- Rising Air Pollution Increases Health Risks

May 19, 2009 -- Obama Announces New Fuel Standards for Cars and Trucks

May 14, 2009 -- Rethinking Addiction and Mental Health Care

May 5, 2009 -- IOM Releases Guide on Pandemic Flu

April 30, 2009 -- Potential Cure for Collapse of Bee Colonies

April 24, 2009 -- Partnerships Recommended for Protection From Piracy

April 16, 2009 -- Earth Day 2009

April 9, 2009 -- All Good Things in Moderation -- Especially Red Meat

March 31, 2009 -- Screening Teens for Depression

March 27, 2009 -- Health IT Coordinator Latest IOM Member Tapped by Obama

March 25, 2009 -- Barring Invasive Species From U.S. Waterways

March 12, 2009 -- Through Genomics, New Rice Can Impact World Hunger

March 6, 2009 -- Scientific Research and High-End Computing Go Hand in Hand

February 26, 2009 -- Loss of Satellite to Monitor CO2 a Setback for Research

February 20, 2009 -- Food Safety System Still Needs Major Overhaul

February 13, 2009 -- 2009: A Celebration of Charles Darwin's Life and Achievements

February 11, 2009 -- The Role of Hydrogen Research in America’s Energy Future

January 21, 2009 -- FDA Reverses Decision to Ban Certain Antibiotic Use in Food Animals

December 31, 2008 -- TV Ads Themselves Contribute to Child Obesity

December 23, 2008 -- NAS, NAE, and IOM Members Selected for Obama Administration

December 16, 2008 -- Insurance Coverage for Vaccinations Found Inconsistent

December 9, 2008 -- Texas Science Academy Responds to Gathering Storm

November 26, 2008 -- Widespread Presence of Certain Minerals Indicate Wetter Mars

November 19, 2008 -- Exercise May Reduce Risk of Breast Cancer

November 14, 2008 -- Seismologists Advance Earthquake Monitoring

November 5, 2008 -- President-Elect Obama Receives Advice on Filling S&T Posts

October 31, 2008 -- Hubble Is Working Again

October 22, 2008 -- TB Found in Ancient Bones

October 16, 2008 -- Largest Children’s Health Study in U.S. Gets Under Way

October 8, 2008 -- Members Receive Two-Thirds of Nobel Prize in Chemistry

October 7, 2008 -- NAS Member Shares Nobel Prize in Physics

October 6, 2008 -- IOM Foreign Associate Shares Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine

October 2, 2008 -- Emergency Room Wait Times Continue to Increase

September 25, 2008 -- New Resource on Research Integrity and Scientific Misconduct

September 16, 2008 -- Physics Milestone: Large Hadron Collider Activated

September 9, 2008 -- Fuel-Efficiency Ratings for Tires Proposed

August 28, 2008 -- Women Should Follow Pregnancy Weight Guidelines More Closely

August 26, 2008 -- Winners of National Medals of Science and Technology Announced

August 19, 2008 -- 'Dead Zones' Expand in the World's Oceans

August 15, 2008 -- NASA — 50 Years in Space and Beyond

August 1, 2008 -- August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

July 25, 2008 -- Texas to Invest Record Amount into Renewable Energy

July 18, 2008 -- New York City to Implement New Poverty Measure

July 10, 2008 -- Recent Salmonella Outbreak Highlights Need to Ensure Safer Food Supplies

June 26, 2008 -- New Worlds Discovered

June 11, 2008 -- Air Pollution May Hinder Pollination

June 3, 2008 -- Future of U.S. Competitiveness Hinges on Two Important Issues

May 28, 2008 -- NAS and IOM Members Win New Kavli Prizes

May 21, 2008 -- Walter Reed Uses Yoga, Other Therapies to Treat PTSD

May 13, 2008 -- NAS, NAE, IOM Emphasize Basic Research on WFAA-TV

May 6, 2008 -- Globular Clusters May Have a Long Way to Go

April 28, 2008 -- Military to Use Regenerative Medicine to Treat Injured Soldiers

April 17, 2008 -- Earth Day 2008

April 11, 2008 -- Study Doubts the Benefits of Consuming Extra Water

April 3, 2008 -- Premature Babies May Face Greater Risks

March 27, 2008 -- Hearing Damage Prevalent in the War on Terror

March 21, 2008 -- World Water Day Emphasizes Sanitation

March 18, 2008 -- New $5 Bill Incorporates State-of-the-Art Security Features

March 7, 2008 -- Oregon's Health Insurance Lottery

February 27, 2008 -- Emergency Preparedness Has Improved In Every State Since 2001

February 21, 2008 -- Florida Adopts Compromise Science Standards

February 19, 2008 -- Agencies To Change How Chemicals are Tested for Safety

February 15, 2008 -- Low-Level Nitrogen Pollution More Harmful Than Previously Thought

February 5, 2008 -- Suicide Rates at All-Time High Among Active-Duty Soldiers

January 29, 2008 -- President Points to Scientific Issues in State of the Union Speech

January 18, 2008 -- ER Wait Times Rise Since 1997

January 11, 2008 -- FDA Declares Cloned Foods to Be Safe for Humans

January 3, 2008 -- Study Shows Continuing Disparities in Health Care

December 18, 2007 -- Bruce Alberts Named New Editor of Science

December 13, 2007 -- Infants Exhibit Early Understanding of Social Behavior

December 7, 2007 -- Revisions to WIC Reflect IOM Recommendations

December 7, 2007 -- Improved Estimation Techniques Produce Better Understanding of AIDS Epidemic

November 30, 2007 -- Efforts to Eradicate Polio Receive Much Needed Funds

November 19, 2007 -- FBI, Defense Lawyers Review Bullet Lead Analysis Testimony

November 14, 2007 -- Drops in Smoking Rates Plateau

November 8, 2007 -- Proactive Measures Being Taken to Reduce Obesity Among Children

November 2, 2007 -- Sleep Deprivation Increases Risks of Emotional Problems

October 25, 2007 -- Drug-Resistant Germ More Widespread, Deadly Than Thought

October 18, 2007 -- Puzzling Bacterial Outbreak Affects Wounded U.S. Forces

October 15, 2007 -- NAS Member Shares Nobel in Economics

October 14, 2007 -- Gore and IPCC Share Nobel Peace Prize

October 11, 2007 -- Teens Overcome Depression Through Therapy and Medications

October 10, 2007 -- NAS Foreign Associate Wins Nobel Prize in Chemistry

October 8, 2007 -- NAS and IOM Members Share Nobel Prize in Medicine

October 4, 2007 -- Fifty Years After Sputnik, New Space Opportunities Identified

September 28, 2007 -- Attempts to Control Invasive Species Grow

September 20, 2007 -- More Americans Start the Morning Commute Earlier

September 13, 2007 -- Icebergs Revealed to Be Hotbeds of Biological Activity

September 6, 2007 -- Sophisticated New Feature Will Make U.S. Currency More Secure

August 16, 2007 -- August Is National Immunization Awareness Month

August 3, 2007 -- Millions in U.S. Take Medications Incorrectly

July 26, 2007 -- Staying Hydrated for the Summer

July 20, 2007 -- State Department Announces New Science and Technology Adviser

July 13, 2007 -- Scientists to Explore Arctic Ocean Floor Using Robots

June 29, 2007 -- CDC Reports Uninsured Estimates for 2006

June 21, 2007 -- Pollinator Garden Wheel Unveiled in Conjunction with National Pollinators Week

June 15, 2007 -- Stereotypes Negatively Affect Women's Academic Performance

June 7, 2007 -- Cancer Survivors Not Getting Follow-up Care

May 31, 2007 -- Study Says Schools Ill-Prepared for Emergencies

May 30, 2007 -- Continued Importance of Biomarker Research and Development

May 17, 2007 -- FDA Approves Face Respirators for Emergencies

May 10, 2007 -- Possible Earthlike Planet Found

May 4, 2007 -- Growing Field of Medicine Coordinates Care for Chronically Ill

April 18, 2007 -- Robotics are Increasingly Used by Defense Department

April 17, 2007 -- Food Is Most Advertised Product on TV Viewed by Kids, Study Finds

April 13, 2007 -- Advanced Placement Courses to Be Audited

April 4, 2007 -- Day Care Linked to Slight Behavioral Problems, Better Vocabulary

March 29, 2007 -- Insomnia May Cost Less to Treat Than to Ignore

March 22, 2007 -- Changing Trends in Organ Donation

March 21, 2007 -- Program Effective in Reducing Dysfunctional Child Behavior

March 13, 2007 -- Brain Awareness Week

March 12, 2007 -- High School Survey Finds That Students Are Bored in Class

March 9, 2007 -- March 4-10 is Patient Safety Awareness Week

March 8, 2007 -- Honeybees Decline Sharply in U.S.

March 2, 2007 -- New Evidence of Water on Mars

February 28, 2007 -- To Save Valuable Ecosystems, Scientists Call for Reduction in Trawling Subsidies

February 22, 2007 -- Sleep Loss Linked to Weight Gain in Children

February 22, 2007 -- Scientists Release Designs for Particle Accelerator

February 16, 2007 -- NAE Celebrates National Engineer's Week

February 12, 2007 -- New Test May Help Predict Chance of Breast Cancer Relapse

February 8, 2007 -- FDA Announces Plan to Improve Drug Safety

February 2, 2007 -- International Polar Year to Highlight Science at the Poles

January 30, 2007 -- Scientists Re-create 1918 Flu to Study its Effects

January 26, 2007 -- Priorities for Ocean Research

January 24, 2007 -- President Points to Scientific Issues in State of the Union Speech

January 23, 2007 -- Playtime Benefits Children’s Development

January 18, 2007 -- Stem Cells Found in Amniotic Fluid

January 16, 2007 -- FDA Deems Food From Cloned Animals Safe

January 4, 2007 -- 2006 Marked by Heat Waves, Drought, and Wildfires

December 22, 2006 -- Illicit Drug Use by Teens Down in 2006

December 12, 2006 -- New York City Bans Use of Trans Fats in Restaurants

December 7, 2006 -- Asthma More Likely Among Children and Teens Who Smoke

December 5, 2006 -- U.S. Announces Plan for Manned Exploration of Solar System

December 4, 2006 -- Dark Energy's Early Existence

November 30, 2006 -- World AIDS Day Is Dec. 1

November 27, 2006 -- Inadequate Drinking Water Is a Leading Cause of Death in Children

November 22, 2006 -- Antimalarial Drug Regains Effectiveness

November 16, 2006 -- Great American Smokeout

November 8, 2006 -- Studies Find That Blacks Receive Lower Quality Health Care

November 2, 2006 -- Vaccine Exemptions May Have Increased Rates of Whooping Cough

November 1, 2006 -- Hubble Space Telescope to Be Repaired

October 25, 2006 -- High Rates of Ailments Common Among Childhood Cancer Survivors

October 23, 2006 -- New Breakthrough in Quantum Teleportation

October 19, 2006 -- Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer Spread Through Blood and Saliva

October 17, 2006 -- U.S. Population Tops 300 Million

October 12, 2006 -- CDC Offers Screenings for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 5, 2006 -- School Violence and Firearms

October 4, 2006 -- World Space Week Oct. 4 – 10

October 3, 2006 -- CDC Recommends Universal HIV Testing

September 28, 2006 -- Exotic Planet and New Ring Around Saturn Discovered

September 26, 2006 -- Scientists Discover Dozens of New Marine Species

September 19, 2006 -- Many Americans Lack Health Literacy

September 13, 2006 -- Drug Resistant TB Found Worldwide

September 7, 2006 -- Number of Uninsured Americans Up

September 6, 2006 -- Antibiotic-Resistant Skin Infection Becoming More Prevalent

August 30, 2006 -- Scientists Detect 'Proof' of Dark Matter

August 29, 2006 -- Number of Immigrants in United States Grows

August 24, 2006 -- Pluto Loses Planet Status

August 22, 2006 -- Women Make Leadership Gains in Medical Research

August 18, 2006 -- Invasive Species of Crab Found in the Chesapeake Bay

August 10, 2006 -- Genetic Mutations of Bird Flu Would Not Easily Result in Pandemic

August 2, 2006 -- Genetically Altered Bacteria Could Block Malaria Transmission

July 25, 2006 -- Sleep Pattern Differences Strongly Associated with Demographic Factors

July 20, 2006 -- Breast Cancer Linked to Weight Gain

July 17, 2006 -- Discovery Safely Completes Mission

July 11, 2006 -- World Population Day Focuses on Youth and Young Women

July 6, 2006 -- Livermore System Remains Most Powerful in World, Reaches Benchmark

June 29, 2006 -- All Secondhand Smoke Exposure Dangerous

June 23, 2006 -- Arctic Vault to Store Seeds in Case of Disaster

June 15, 2006 -- Many Risky Behaviors Down Among Teenagers

June 9, 2006 -- AIDS Epidemic Slowing Down, But the Disease Remains 'Exceptional Threat'

June 6, 2006 -- U.S. Fourth-Graders Improve in Science

May 25, 2006 -- Active 2006 Hurricane Season Predicted

May 23, 2006 -- Child Cancer Survivors More Likely to Face Unemployment

May 19, 2006 -- National Transportation Week

May 12, 2006 -- More Americans Opting Out of Health Insurance

May 10, 2006 -- Soft Drink Companies to Remove Sweet Products From Schools

May 4, 2006 -- WHO Releases New Child Growth Charts

April 28, 2006 -- Mumps Outbreak In Midwest

April 24, 2006 -- Intellectual Property Days Celebrate Culture and Ideas

April 21, 2006 -- Earth Day

April 20, 2006 -- Satellites Successfully Detect Whirlpools Under Ocean's Surface

April 18, 2006 -- Anniversary of the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake

April 13, 2006 -- Social Factors Keep Minorities Out of Science and Engineering

April 7, 2006 -- Health Worker Shortage Emphasized During World Health Day

April 3, 2006 -- Half of Patients Do Not Respond to Antidepressants

March 28, 2006 -- Minority Women Receive Less Health Care for Breast Cancer

March 24, 2006 -- World Tuberculosis Day on March 24

March 22, 2006 -- World Water Day Emphasizes Global Need for Safe Water

March 20, 2006 -- Dramatic Activity Detected on Saturn Moon

March 17, 2006 -- Next Solar Cycle Predicted to Be Strong but Delayed

March 13, 2006 -- New Technique Rapidly Detects Harmful Bacteria

March 10, 2006 -- Better Nutrition Education Needed Worldwide

March 7, 2006 -- Interstate Highway System Celebrates 50 Years

March 2, 2006 -- Asian Carp Threaten Great Lakes

February 27, 2006 -- Biodiversity Hotspot Discovered in the Caribbean

February 23, 2006 -- World Population to Reach 6.5 Billion

February 22, 2006 -- ENIAC Turns 60

February 15, 2006 -- Findings May Help Forecast Earthquake Severity

February 10, 2006 -- Ocean Microbes Sequenced

February 6, 2006 -- Agent of Chronic Wasting Disease Found in Deer Meat

February 1, 2006 -- FDA to Enhance Monitoring of Medical Device Safety

January 31, 2006 -- Smallest Planet Outside Solar System Found

January 26, 2006 -- Interstellar Dust Returned to Earth for Study

January 24, 2006 -- New Research Mimics Nuclear Matter

January 20, 2006 -- Chemicals Accumulating in Polar Bears Raise Concerns

January 9, 2006 -- New Food Labels Show Trans Fat and Allergens

December 30, 2005 -- Climate and Storms Break Records in 2005

December 23, 2005 -- Few Advances in Adult Literacy Made in Last Decade

December 20, 2005 -- Parasites Show Signs of Resistance to Malaria Treatment

December 13, 2005 -- Dog Genome Sequenced

December 8, 2005 -- Additive in Animal Feed Reduces Methane Emissions

December 5, 2005 -- Colorado River Native Fish Population Increasing

November 29, 2005 -- December 1 Is World AIDS Day

November 22, 2005 -- Rise in Diseases Associated With Climate Shift

November 18, 2005 -- World’s Largest Solar Farms Planned

November 16, 2005 -- National Medals of Science and Technology Announced

November 11, 2005 -- Possible Moons Discovered Orbiting Pluto

November 2, 2005 -- Worldwide Support Needed for HIV-Positive Children

October 26, 2005 -- Scientists Turn to Greek Alphabet to Name Atlantic Storms

October 21, 2005 -- Hunting Patterns of Wolves Change Yellowstone Ecology

October 17, 2005 -- Snakehead Fish Invade Potomac River and Tributaries

October 12, 2005 -- Researchers Link 1918 Epidemic to Avian Flu

October 12, 2005 -- Countries Increase Stockpiles of Tamiflu

October 10, 2005 -- Members Win Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics

October 5, 2005 -- Members Win Nobel Prize in Chemistry

October 4, 2005 -- Members and Foreign Associate Win Nobel Prize in Physics

October 3, 2005 -- Foreign Associate Wins Nobel Prize in Medicine

September 30, 2005 -- Oct. 4 to 10 is World Space Week

September 29, 2005 -- October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

September 28, 2005 -- New Security Scanning Technologies Being Developed

September 27, 2005 -- Avian Flu Spreads, Countries Prepare

September 20, 2005 -- Number of Uninsured in U.S. Increases

September 16, 2005 -- Fewer American Women Reporting for Mammograms

September 14, 2005 -- Wheat Rust Re-emerges in Africa

September 9, 2005 -- CDC Releases Flu Vaccine Priority List

September 7, 2005 -- FBI Stops Bullet Lead Tests

September 1, 2005 -- Strong, Lightweight Nanotech Sheets Created

August 29, 2005 -- Rise in Women Receiving Science Ph.D.s, But Few Become Faculty

August 26, 2005 -- Side Effects Plague Childhood Brain Cancer Survivors

August 23, 2005 -- Non-native Seaweed Threatens Hawaiian Species

August 19, 2005 -- National Aviation Day

August 17, 2005 -- Scientists Complete Rice Genome Sequence

August 12, 2005 -- Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Lifts Off

August 9, 2005 -- Space Shuttle Discovery Lands in California

July 27, 2005 -- Shuttle Returns to Space

July 15, 2005 -- 60th Anniversary of 'Trinity' Nuclear Test

July 15, 2005 -- Report Details Productivity Lost Due to Smoking Deaths

June 30, 2005 -- First U.S. Case of West Nile Reported This Season

June 27, 2005 -- Livermore Supercomputer Named Most Powerful in the World

June 24, 2005 -- Second Case of U.S. Case of Mad Cow Disease Confirmed

June 22, 2005 -- Health Care Costs, Spending Rising Faster than Wages

June 17, 2005 -- Red Tide Spreads From Maine to Cape Cod

June 14, 2005 -- Government Panel to Develop Digital Health Records Standards

June 6, 2005 -- Scientists to Study Nonnative Oysters in Chesapeake Bay

June 2, 2005 -- June 5 Is World Environment Day

May 31, 2005 -- 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season Outlook Issued

May 26, 2005 -- Adult Survivors of Childhood Cancer Face Health Problems

May 19, 2005 -- Weak Salmon Run Closes Some Northwest Fisheries

May 13, 2005 -- Report Calls for National Volcano Early Warning System

May 4, 2005 -- Europe's Most Powerful Supercomputer Comes Online

April 29, 2005 -- The World Year of Physics: Einstein in the 21st Century

April 25, 2005 -- Hubble Turns 15

April 23, 2005 -- April 23 Is World Book and Copyright Day

April 22, 2005 -- April 22 Is Earth Day

April 21, 2005 -- Federal Judge Lifts FDA Ban on Ephedra

April 18, 2005 -- FDA Panel Recommends Approval of Silicone Breast Implants

April 8, 2005 -- 'Dead Zone' Worsens in Gulf of Mexico

April 7, 2005 -- Infections Rise as Marburg Virus Spreads in Angola