January 2008

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 27, 2008

A sharp rise in visitors to the Galápagos Islands and the accompanying economic development are... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 15, 2008

Every two years, the National Science Board analyzes the health of the United States science and... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 15, 2008

The Food and Drug Administration has determined that meat and milk from cloned animals and their... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 15, 2008

In a commentary for APM's Marketplace, Dr. Stefan Kertesz questions the current process of... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 18, 2008

For the first time, NASA's Messenger spacecraft has sent back never-before-seen pictures of... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 18, 2008

A research group from the University of Minnesota reports in Nature Medicine that they... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 19, 2008

A biotechnology company in San Diego has produced the world's first cloned human embryos, as... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 20, 2008

Scientific American features an interesting article on the ... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 26, 2008

Researchers at the J. Craig Venter Institute report they are nearing their goal to create an... Read More

By: Michael Kennedy, PhD
Jan 8, 2008

Much attention has been given to biofuels derived from renewable plant sources, like corn.  A... Read More