MONDAY: EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy Speaks with Christian Science Monitor Editor on EPA Legacy...
WASHINGTON – On Monday, December 5th, EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy will sit down with Christian Science Monitor deputy energy and environment editor Zack Coleman and also take questions from the audience. Source: https://www.epa.gov/
By genetically tweaking the constituent live virus, scientists have created a vaccine against influenza in which the virus is capable of activating the immune system but cannot replicate in healthy cells -- an approach that may become more widely used for generating live virus vaccines adapted to other viruses.
Intense storms have become more frequent and longer-lasting in the Great Plains and Midwest in the last 35 years. What has fueled these storms? The temperature difference between the Southern Great Plains and the Atlantic Ocean produces winds that carry moisture from the Gulf of Mexico to the Great Plains, according to a recent study.
New materials have been designed that could be used to store hydrogen fuel more efficiently in vehicles or other devices that use clean energy.
Front-line staff, such as servers in restaurants, are often trusted with providing customers with food safety information regarding their meals. A challenge to the food-service industry is that these positions have high turnover, relatively low wages and servers are focused primarily on providing patrons with a positive experience. And new research shows that this poses a problem.