• 35 top prize winners warn Brexit will damage science
    Thirty-five Nobel and top mathematics prize winners have warned British Prime Minister Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker that scientific research will suffer a serious setback without a good Brexit deal. - 22.10.2018
  • Mexico braces for 'potentially catastrophic' Hurricane Willa
    Mexico braced for the worst Monday as Hurricane Willa—upgraded to a maximum Category 5 storm—bore down on the Pacific coast, where it is expected to produce life-threatening wind and flooding. - 22.10.2018
  • Dangerous Hurricane Willa probed By NASA and Japan's GPM satellite
    Hurricane Willa is a major hurricane threatening western Mexico. Forecasters were able to see the rate of rainfall occurring within the powerful storm when the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM's core satellite passed overhead and provided that data. - 22.10.2018
  • Children as young as seven suffer effects of discrimination, study shows
    A new UC Riverside study finds children are sensitive to and suffer the impacts of discrimination as young as 7 years old. - 22.10.2018
  • How rants on social media can come back to haunt you
    We all know that those angry rants on social media can come back to hurt you—and sooner than you think. "Good," positive chat resonates for a few seconds, generally, but negative chat, even in a chat room where exchanges happen more immediately than on Facebook or Twitter, persists for many minutes, new UC Davis research suggests. - 22.10.2018