It’s that time of year again. Tornado season is upon us. I’ll talk more about the nature and formation of tornadoes in another paper. In this paper, since it’s t
Most of us sure have it easy living in the U.S., for a wide variety of reasons. But one in particular stands out: cheap, clean and safe water. As a matter of fact, if water in thi
I don’t know how many people know this, but rip currents, on average, kill more people each year across the U.S.
Well, that sure was a cool March. Not only that, the weird thing is that it came one year after the warmest March on record for much of the country. As a matter of fact, last March we e
So, you want to know more about the genes that make you what you are? Or, maybe you’re interested in knowing what your potential disease vulnerability is by getting your genome sequenced?
March, April, May.
Spring-time brings warmth, flowers, and frees us from the grip of winter - but it often brings tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, and flash floods too.
Don't let those azaleas blooming around parts of town fool ya, winter is still here and it will make a rude appearance for the first few days of March this weekend.
If you were asked to name the sweetest sound you can remember from childhood, what would it be? Perhaps it was the crack of a baseball bat at spring practice.
Winter's made a valient stand here in the month of February, but soon enough - it will meet its match.