Silicon Valley & Technology

Idled Atom-Smasher Yielding Data Months After Shutdown
USA
Scientists say data from earlier experiments might reveal existence of so called 'God Particle'
Kane Farabaugh
Wed, 11/30/2011 - 19:00
NASA: Earth's Prehistoric Record Warns of Nearing Rapid Climate Change
Previously scientists thought life on Earth developed in a hot, oxygen-poor stew of toxic gases
NASA's 'Curiosity' Heading for Mars
Newest of space agency's rovers begins a two-year mission searching for signs of life may on the red planet
Expectations for Climate Change Conference Limited
Climate negotiators are meeting in Durban, South Africa beginning from November 28-December 9 to discuss the planet's changing climate.
Malfunctioning Russian Space Probe Sends First Signal in Two Weeks
Troubled Mars-bound spacecraft became stuck in low Earth orbit shortly after launch two weeks ago
Space Crew to Enjoy Thanksgiving Feast in Orbit
USA
The lone American on board the space station plans to share some traditional holiday fare with his two Russian crew mates
Curiosity Rover Bound for Mars
Newest NASA rover set to launch on Saturday
Glimpsing the Future on Climate Change
USA
New corn varieties designed to adapt to changing climate
VOA science Correspondent Steve Baragona
Thu, 11/17/2011 - 19:00
Scientists Help US Science Teachers in the Classroom
USA
Trend can help place more emphasis on science in American schools, get students up to par with peers in other countries.
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Thu, 11/17/2011 - 19:00
International Space Station Welcomes New Crew
Mission had been delayed two months due to safety concerns following August crash of a Soyuz cargo rocket
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Tue, 11/15/2011 - 19:00
NASA: Evidence of Water on Jupiter's Moon Europa
Data from planetary mission shows what appears to be large body of water beneath ice-covered Europa, which may harbor life
Congress Honors Pioneering Astronauts
U.S. lawmakers award nation's highest civilian honor to four of the most celebrated American astronauts
Scientists to Drill Huge Hole in Antarctic Ice
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Study Helps Predict Sea Level Rise in Polar Region
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Mon, 11/14/2011 - 19:00