RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Science

A collection of news and information related to Science published by this site and its partners.

Top Science Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Former Hopkins grad students' personal data exposed online

    Former Hopkins grad students' personal data exposed online
    More than 2,000 Social Security numbers of former Johns Hopkins University graduate students were exposed to potential hackers, the university confirmed Saturday. Hopkins officials discovered on March 19 that the names and Social Security numbers of 2,...
  • For researcher, World Cup is a grass-roots endeavor

    For researcher, World Cup is a grass-roots endeavor
    Like most kids growing up in Brazil, Roberto Gurgel dreamed of being on the field for a World Cup. That never happened. So this summer, Gurgel is settling for the next-best thing by helping to build five of the fields that will be used for the first...
  • Synagogue alters plans to appease neighbors

     Synagogue alters plans to appease neighbors
    Members of a congregation are bowing to concerns from Northbrook neighbors about a proposed synagogue, agreeing to more fences, different trees for a buffer and lowering the height of light poles. "We're much, much happier," said Becky Charous, who...
  • Kids learn healthy habits from McDaniel's Fitness Buddies

    Kids learn healthy habits from McDaniel's Fitness Buddies
    A group of McDaniel College students and elementary school kids have only needed one thing to bond: a couple of hours in the gym together. With a few balls, a plastic bat and some jump ropes, the newly established Fitness Buddies group meets weekly...
  • Volunteers scrub away Wekiwa Springs algae scum

    Volunteers scrub away Wekiwa Springs algae scum
    With brooms, rakes, nets and bare hands, nearly 50 volunteers on Sunday scrubbed a scum of green algae off the floor of Wekiwa Springs, hoping to bring back its white sand and blue water. "What do you think, is it working?" said organizer Russell...
  • A variety of California kingsnake is wreaking havoc in Canary Islands

    A variety of California kingsnake is wreaking havoc in Canary Islands
    An albino variety of California kingsnake popular in the pet trade has infested the Canary Islands, decimating native bird, mammal and lizard species that have had no time to evolve evasive patterns in what was once a stable ecology northwest of Africa....
  • PCM may become a takeover target

    PCM Inc., an El Segundo company that sells information technology products and services, has attracted little attention in more than a quarter-century of business. But that soon may change. The owner of a competing company has starting snapping up...
  • U.S.: Stop using Internet Explorer until security holes are fixed

    U.S.: Stop using Internet Explorer until security holes are fixed
    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the United Kingdom advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp.'s Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers have used to launch attacks. The...
  • New U.S. sanctions aim to make Russia stand down on Ukraine

    New U.S. sanctions aim to make Russia stand down on Ukraine
    The Obama administration on Monday slapped new sanctions on Russian individuals and companies targeted for their ties to President Vladimir Putin, part of an ongoing attempt to push the Russian leader to stand down in the fight for control of Ukraine....
  • Palatine father, son killed in Afghanistan 'wanted to give back'

     Palatine father, son killed in Afghanistan 'wanted to give back'
    Services have not been set yet for the Palatine father and his son killed in Afghanistan last week. A spokeswoman for the Orchard Evangelical Free Church in Arlington Heights, where Gary Gabel was a longtime active church member, said services have...
  • Toyota to uproot from California, move to 'macho' Texas

    Toyota to uproot from California, move to 'macho' Texas
    Toyota Motor Corp. says it will move 3,000 jobs from Torrance, Calif., to new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, over the next three years. The move, announced Monday, will affect 2,000 workers in Toyota's U.S. sales and marketing arm and 1,...