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A clinical trial has shown that two new drugs — mAb114 and REGN-EB3 — improve Ebola patients' survival rates by a significant rate, scientists
In this special New Years episode, we take a look back at some of the major NOS accomplishments of 2008. .
Air pollution may seem like an urban problem, but it’s becoming an increasing concern in California’s national parks. Pollution from cars and
Researchers at UC Davis are collecting DNA from dogs seized in police raids on dogfighting operations. The goal is to create a database to help
At the United Nations Climate Conference in Bali this week more than 2-hundred leading scientists issued a warning. They say that if immediate
Is California's most controversial water proposal making a comeback? QUEST reports on the fervent politics behind the Peripheral Canal - a $5
This fall, fishing was banned or sharply limited in 18 percent of California's ocean waters from Half Moon Bay to Santa Barbara under a landmark
We've all heard the latest health advice: avoid transfats. Eat more fruits and vegetables. But for many school children, their cafeteria lunch
Burning Man is going green. QUEST heads out to the Nevada desert to see how clean tech CEOs are tapping into this counter-culture art festival.
Great white sharks outside the Golden Gate Bridge may get all the attention, but a new tagging program seeks to unlock the secrets of the
The Worldwide Web of EcoCareers: A resource for job seekers
Trump Administration’s Attacks on Science Already Surpass Two Bush Terms
Drone buzzes above vineyard helping Luxembourg winegrower
Decoding the Brain to Help Patients With Mental Illness
Scientists report two advances in understanding the role of ‘charge
Toothless Druid Woman s Face Comes Alive in Wax Wrinkles and All