Overall, the new temperature norms under climate change would lead to a rise in weather-related deaths in New York by 2020s, according to the new findings.
A research team has developed a type of ink that could lead to inkjet-printed graphene, an extremely thin layer of carbon-based graphite that's conductive and held together in a pliable lattice structure.
The Grammy award winner was slapped with a tax lien by the Internal Revenue Service, which claims she avoided paying income taxes for 2009, 2010 and 2011, for a total bill of $3,426,255.43.
Bioengineers at the University of California, Davis have announced a new kind of fabric that, instead of absorbing moisture, works like human skin in deflecting droplets of sweat, which then simply roll away.
"We remember Sally Ride not just as a national hero, but as a role model to generations of young women," President Obama said in a statement. "Sally inspired us to reach for the stars."
Peake's six-month mission aboard the ISS, as a flight engineer with the orbiting lab's Expedition 46 and 47 crews, may well include spacewalks, wrangling visiting robotic spacecraft and overseeing space experiments.
The idea is spearheaded by Bob Pack, a former AOL and NetZero executive whose 10-year-old son and 7-year-old daughter were struck and killed by a driver under the influence of alcohol and prescription pills.
In a study published in the May issue of the journal Arthritis Care & Research, researchers determined people of European descent often inherit toe deformities including bunions.
The findings indicate regular consumption of coffee is linked to a reduced risk of a rare autoimmune liver disease called PSC, a progressive condition that can lead to liver failure.
The two enlisted mammals, Ten and Spetz, found only the second Howell torpedo known to still exist, off the San Diego coast. Fifty Howells were made between 1870 to 1889.
Roscosmos, Russia's Federal Space Agency, launched 45 mice, eight Mongolian gerbils, 15 geckos, a handful of snails and numerous other species to test how long stretches in a zero-gravity environment affect living creatures.
The identity of the jackpot winner was not immediately made public and O'Connell, speaking to the just hours after Saturday's drawing, did not indicate whether anyone had already stepped forward with the winning ticket.
The agency's first comprehensive analysis of disorders among youth aged 3 to 17 revealed childhood mental illness affects up to one in five children and costs $247 billion per year.
A survey by market research company YouGov suggests seven out of 10 women in Great Britain would opt for the same procedure if tests showed they too had a high chance of developing breast cancer.
The study raises concerns climate change is emptying the warmer tropics of many of the fish populations that communities in those areas count on a sources of income as well as nutrition.