Big simulators are playing a major role in the rapid development of research and technology that saves lives.
The tiger had been hiding in a warehouse and escaped the citywide police search.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires, as it turns out, created that deeper solar hue.
Climbers who couldn't use their $11,000 climbing permits this year because of the Nepal earthquake might be able to use them in 2016.
There are some under-appreciated, San Andreas-like faults off Los Angeles that could unleash large quakes and tsunamis. But it's nothing like Hollywood's version.
After 35 years, the scars of the Mount St. Helens volcano eruption are still clearly evident in a satellite image. Continue reading →
After Tuesday's magnitude 7.3 earthquake between Kathmandu and Mt. Everest, there are now two aftershock clocks ticking away in Nepal.
A $15 million wind and wave machine is six times larger than any hurricane simulator ever built.
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