Articles by Gabrielle Jonas

A Robot Who Can Be Whomever You Want It To Be
Meet SociBot, A Creepy ‘Social Robot’ You Can Make Look Like Whomever You Want
Apr 15, 2014 16:14 PM E
Using no more than an electronic photo, a human can make this humanoid robot conjure up the likeness of anyone they please.
Lunar Eclipse Bewitches Viewers From Coast to Coast
‘Blood Moon’: Lunar Eclipse Wows Viewers In US, South America, And Parts Of Pacific
Apr 15, 2014 10:41 AM E
The lunar eclipse is part of a series that began more than 1,000 years ago.
Chimpanzee
Chimps Escape From Kansas City Zoo: Ringleader Uses Branch To Escape Enclosure, Beckons 6 Others To Follow
Apr 12, 2014 12:07 PM E
Chimps at the Kansas City Zoo made a run for it on Thursday, but they were soon corralled back into their quarters, using food as a lure.
A Tool of the Trade of Cryopreservation
Cryopreservation Has 99 Cadavers In A Hopeful 'Deep-Freeze' In Michigan [VIDEO]
Apr 10, 2014 16:08 PM E
People are plunking down about $30 to $35,000 to be cryopreserved in the hopes that advances in medical science will bring them or their loves ones -- including pets -- a second chance at life.
 Manhattan Shrouded in Smog
Air Pollution Underestimated For A Decade Due to Escaped Vapors Hiding Behind Lab Walls
Apr 07, 2014 15:47 PM E
For 10 years, chemical engineers have been underestimating the presence in the atmosphere of toluene, a volatile chemical that is emitted by auto exhaust. A testing flaw is the culprit.
Chupacabra: Urban Legend or Terrifying Reality?
'Chupacabra' Found In Texas Is Really A Fur-less Raccoon, Says Author of Book on the Legendary Beast
Apr 04, 2014 16:56 PM E
An expert on the legendary creature, says the 'chupacabra' is really just a poor critter suffering from mange.
A Diminutive Moon Holds an Ocean Inside
Cassini Spacecraft Discovery: An Ocean Lies Under The Surface Of Saturn Moon, Enceladus
Apr 03, 2014 15:26 PM E
A subterranean ocean shoots mineral-imbued plumes of mist through fissures riddling the planet. The presence of an ocean holds promise for human habitation one day and perhaps primitive life now.
An Ancient Tomb Houses A 3,300-Year-Old Sarcophagus
Archaeologists Find 3,300 Year Old Remains of Scribe, Family in Egypt
Apr 02, 2014 10:29 AM E
Archaeologists Also Find A Red Sarcophagus And A Jasper Heart Amulet
Unswattable
Fly’s Flight Muscles, As Seen From Inside, Make 3-D Film Debut
Mar 27, 2014 10:19 AM E
With the Help of X-Rays, A Fly's Spectacular Flying Skills Are Shown To Hinge All On the Hinge.
Ropeless: Emperor Penguins Nuture Their Young
Rope-Stumbling Penguins, Funny on YouTube, May Be Unpleasant For Penguins [VIDEO]
Mar 25, 2014 11:39 AM E
A YouTube video of Emperor Penguins stumbling one by one over a rope mooring is delighting humans, but maybe, warns an expert, the penguins, not so much.
Drilling for Ancient Moss
Moss Survives 1600-Year Deep-Freeze In Antarctica
Mar 17, 2014 12:07 PM E
Moss that was under permafrost in the Antarctic sent out new shoots recently, with positive implications for plant survival during cliamte change.
Infant Gorilla Delivered by C-Section is in Distress
Baby Gorilla In Intensive Care After Rare C-Section Delivery At San Diego Zoo [VIDEO]
Mar 14, 2014 15:38 PM E
An infant gorilla at the San Diego Zoo is showing complications Friday afternoon after an unusual birth by C-Section.
The Ancient Woolly Mammoth Reveals its Secrets to Modern Humans
Woolly Mammoth DNA To Be Cloned, Then Joined With Elephant DNA To Create New Creature
Mar 13, 2014 18:16 PM E
A 10-month long analysis of the remains of an ancient woolly mammoth is likely to reveal genetic secrets of how it survived the frigid temperatures of the Arctic Circle.
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