Science

Deepwater discovery in Mexican Gulf by Shell

Deepwater discovery in Mexican Gulf by Shell

Kelly Oliver

Recently one of the biggest oil companies in the world Shell has made big exploration of deep waters in the Gulf of Mexico. Researching took place 13 miles from Appomattox Shell’s project, which will start its production in the 2019 year, according to previous plans.

New recycling program for Boise

New recycling program for Boise

Ellis Scott

The new program is called Hefty EnergyBag Program. It was recently announced in Boise. Although it was made for help with recycling, there is confusion and many questions about it.

Smart countryside as the key to the future

Smart countryside as the key to the future

Edwin Martin

So-called “smart cities” are usually taken as an example of the future for cities. The rise in the capacity for more information can help us to solve problems on the environmental and human scale. It will be possible with saving of energy and traffic regulations.

Pollution in the real-time observation

Pollution in the real-time observation

Dolores Ford

New technology made in Utah can provide the results of pollution in the real time. It can be used by environmental researchers who want to receive a clear view of toxins in the air.

The red tape for commercial space flight is cut by Donald Trump

The red tape for commercial space flight is cut by Donald Trump

Darrin Black

Donald Trump, the 45th current president of the USA, wants commercial flight into space get real. He looks for boosting of space flights before it can be done by China.

Thomas Hertog talks about his collaboration with Stephen Hawking

Thomas Hertog talks about his collaboration with Stephen Hawking

Thomas Roop

Thomas Hertog, the theoretical physicist told the press about his experience from the work with Stephen Hawking, his implication on Hertog’s new ideas, and their collaboration.

Doubts behind Electromagnetic Drive Space Thruster Impossible from NASA

Doubts behind Electromagnetic Drive Space Thruster Impossible from NASA

Thomas Roop

While NASA celebrates its new creation, some experts believe it can’t work because of simple violations of the third law of Newton. It was called Impossible after it broke this law. However, further experiments show that it could have happened only because of errors in previous tests.

New species in 2018

New species in 2018

Peter Erickson

ESF names animals, plants, and microbes that were able to survive instead of all predictions. There are big, small, beautiful, and weird. They have different groups, they are different species and even from different kingdoms. They are all united by their ability to survive and be discovered by scientists.