US Envoy Encourages Women To Study Sciences, Engineering
VOA Khmer (English)
Dr. Geraldine Richmond, US Science Envoy to Southeast Asia, poses for photos with Cambodian high school students after her talks on “Why I love being a scientist,” at the Science and Engineer festival in Cambodia, on March 10, 2016.
US scientists find lasers help brain cancer
Sky News Australia
Neurosurgeons using lasers to treat brain cancer have discovered that the technique breaks down the blood-brain barrier, a finding that could lead to new treatment options for patients with the deadly disease. The blood-brain barrier is sort of a ...
US and China Eye Gravitational Wave Mission
Initially, NASA and ESA were partners in the effort, but funding issues led NASA to pull out in 2011. The US space agency has since stated that it wants only a minor role in the observatory. But excitement around the LIGO findings mean that US ...
Scientists Pinpoint Likely Cause Of Unusual Earthquakes In Southeast US
In a very interesting earthquake-related twist, southeastern United States may expect more ground shaking and tremors in the future as plates become weaker and more brittle. One late afternoon of August 2011, a less-than-a-minute quake shook Virginia, ...