Topic: British Geological Survey
Using a flashlight to peer into drawers at the British Geological Survey, a paleontologist saw one of the first specimens he had picked up was labeled 'C. Darwin Esq.'
Solar flare: A massive blast of charged particles ejected from the sun Monday has triggered a geomagnetic storm that is disrupting radio communications.
02/17/2011 12:56 pm
Stonehenge skeleton unearthed by British scientists appears to be the remains of a teenage boy who died around 1550 BC. Forensic anthropology reveals that he traveled from the Mediterranean — and he's not the only traveler from a distant land who found his way to the famous monument.
09/30/2010 09:45 am
Boy with Amber Necklace remains, discovered near the Stonehenge monument in Britain, are believed to have come several hundred miles from the south. Boy with Amber Necklace is thought to have been a teenager when he passed.
09/29/2010 02:01 pm
The Turkey earthquake of magnitude-6.0 killed 51 people Monday, on the heels of deadly quakes in Taiwan, Chile, and Haiti. But scientists say earthquakes aren't becoming more frequent.
03/08/2010 09:48 am
Earthquake experts say the collapsed schools may be a sign of poor construction despite adequate building codes.
05/14/2008 01:00 am
The country's deadliest quake in three decades hit central China Monday.
05/13/2008 01:00 am