Out of sight doesn’t always mean out of mind. At least not along the Gulf Coast. Last year’s huge BP oil spill is still very much an on-going worry.
The National Academy of Sciences says the Army should do a more thorough job of assessing the risks of a planned biodefense animal laboratory at Fort Detrick in Frederick.
Click on the link to see a view of earth from the International Space Station, as compiled by a science educator.
A group of Maryland scientists is responsible for a medical breakthrough. It could revolutionize the way doctors treat deadly diseases, like E.coli.
Snakeheads are on the move. Also called frankenfish, the nasty looking invasive species has turned up in a new location.
Friday’s final shuttle launch means one hard goodbye for a lot of Marylanders. They’re the scientists and engineers at the Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt.
It’s way too hot to handle, but scientists in Maryland are unlocking secrets of the planet Mercury.
Scientists now have close-up pictures of a hyperactive comet that seems to be spewing water.
Federal scientists are using sonar to map deepwater canyons about 100 miles off the coasts of Virginia and Maryland.
Oysters and crabs are on the agenda for researchers meeting this week to discuss sustainable fisheries in the Chesapeake Bay.