One flight closer to space tourism Virgin Galactic is one flight closer to becoming a commercial "spaceline." The company's passenger spacecraft, SpaceShipTwo, completed its first rocket-powered flight Monday morning above the Mojave Desert in California. More
U.S. plans to drop gray wolves from endangered list The planned ruling would eliminate protection for the top predators, but scientists and conservationists say the proposal is flawed. Federal authorities intend to remove endangered species protections for all gray wolves in the Lower 48 states, carving out an a exception for a small pocket of about 75 Mexican wolves in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico, according to a draft document obtained by The Times. More
New calls to rename Higgs boson One of the scientists who developed the theory of the Higgs boson says the particle should be renamed to acknowledge the contributions of others involved in the work. More
Frozen Baby Woolly Mammoth Discovered in Siberia - Public Radio International Scientists recently discovered a baby wooly mammoth preserved in the frozen tundra of northern Siberia. Nicknamed Yuka, the mammoth lived... 11/28/2014 - 1:22 pm | View Link
39,000 Year Old Baby Mammoth Goes on Display in Moscow The remains of a wooly mammoth called Yuka that died around 39,000 years ago ... Scientists decoded the genetic makeup of these mammoths from their frozen remains. It's theoretically possible to bring extinct species such as the dodo bird and passenger ... 10/29/2014 - 3:00 am | View Link
Baby mammoth preserved in frozen soil heads to Chicago a baby woolly mammoth spent 40,000 years frozen in the Siberian permafrost where her body was so perfectly preserved traces of her mother's milk remained in her belly. "A replica of the world's best preserved wooly mammoth - a 40,000 year old baby named ... 10/15/2014 - 11:16 pm | View Link
Moscow: back to stone age with baby mammoth Bernard Buigues, French explorer and head of the Mammuthus project, which excavates and conserves fossils found in Siberia’s permafrost, says the perennially frozen ground kept ... most complete wooly mammoth specimen ever found,” Daniel Fisher praised ... 10/26/2013 - 10:00 am | View Link
Frozen Baby Mammoth Goes On Display In Hong Kong (PHOTOS) Recently, two scientists from South Korea and Russia vowed to clone a wooly mammoth. MSNBC reported that another young mammoth, nicknamed "Yuka," was found preserved in ice near the Arctic Ocean in Siberia. In February, The Huffington Post also reported on ... 04/10/2012 - 7:17 am | View Link
Frozen Baby Woolly Mammoth Discovered in Siberia Marco Werman: Let's shift now from a creature of today's ocean to a creature of the past. Scientists recently discovered a baby wooly mammoth preserved in the frozen tundra of northern Siberia. Nicknamed Yuka, the mammoth lived around 10,000 years ago. 04/5/2012 - 8:56 am | View Link
Woolly mammoth The woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) was a species of mammoth, the common name for the extinct elephant genus Mammuthus. The woolly mammoth was one of the last ... 12/19/2014 - 8:12 pm | View Website
A 42,000-Year-Old Baby Woolly Mammoth Arrives In Hong Kong ... A 42,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth found in Russia five years ago arrived in Hong Kong to kick off its Asian tour. Her name is Lyuba, she is a month old 12/19/2014 - 3:11 pm | View Website
Baby Woolly Mammoth Travels to Hong Kong A 42-thousand-year-old baby wooly mammoth arrives in Hong Kong as part of an Asian Tour. The mammoth was discovered in Russia five years ago and will tour ... 12/19/2014 - 8:16 am | View Website
Baby Woolly Mammoth Jaw Baby Woolly Mammoth Jaw. This is the fossil jaw bone from a baby Woolly Mammoth. Woolly Mammoths are extinct members of the elephant family. The Woolly Mammoth was a ... 12/19/2014 - 1:06 am | View Website
Baby Mammoth : Frozen In Time A perfectly preserved woolly mammoth is discovered in Baby Mammoth: Frozen In Time on National Geographic Channel 12/19/2014 - 12:16 am | View Website
Tester and Sen. John Walsh worked with Sen.-elect Steve Daines to include the wilderness designations and six other Montana lands bills in a broader lands package, and the legislation passed the Senate last week by a vote of 89-11.
"The Rocky Mountain Front Heritage Act, the North Fork Protection Act and the other Montana lands bills in this historic legislation will preserve special places and outdoors traditions while strengthening our economy," Tester said.
The National Defense Authorization Act contains $585 billion in Pentagon discretionary spending and more than $63 billion in overseas contingency operations.
The Bureau of Reclamation Conduit Hydropower Development Equity and Jobs Act allows creation of hydropower facilities on canals and irrigation projects.
Two more BLM parcels will be reassessed for oil and gas potential, involving about 23 square miles at Mussellshell Breaks and Bridge Coulee, both just south of the U-L Bend portion of the C.
A Helena Valley man faces a possible life sentence following his conviction on charges of raping and kidnapping a 13-year-old girl.
The Helena Independent Record reports (http://bit.ly/1sJSqWw ) that a jury on Friday night found 37-year-old David Gary Burton guilty of aggravated kidnapping and sexual intercourse without consent.
Economists say Arkansas added 10,300 employed workers last month, another positive sign for the state's economy, the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported Saturday (http://bit.ly/1HfNmQb ).
Unemployed workers dropped from 79,100 in October to 76,900.
Since 2013, the number of unemployed workers is down 22,600, and about half that number was added to the workforce.
Arkansas continued to experience growth in manufacturing and construction segments.
Since November 2013, the state has added 5,400 jobs in manufacturing and 4,000 in construction.
Cliatt is the current spokeswoman at Franklin & Marshall College, a liberal arts college in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.
Brown President Christina Paxson says Cliatt's background in journalism and digital communications and her experience in higher education position her perfectly to guide the continuing development of communications at Brown.