As Businesses Reopen, Some Workers Fear Returning

As Businesses Reopen, Some Workers Fear Returning

A spokesperson for Smithfield says the company has instituted several OSHA-compliant safety protocols, including more protective equipment for workers, fever screenings for entry, and sick leave.

Crispr'd Cells Show Promise in First US Human Safety Trial

Crispr'd Cells Show Promise in First US Human Safety Trial

Last year, each cancer patient received infusions of about 100 million of their own T cells, which had been genetically modified in a University of Pennsylvania lab.

A Surge of New Plastic Is About to Hit the Planet

A Surge of New Plastic Is About to Hit the Planet

The World Economic Forum predicts plastic production will double in the next 20 years.“In the context of a world trying to shift off of fossil fuels as an energy source, this is where [oil and gas companies] see the growth,” said Steven Feit, a staff attorney at the Center for International Environmental Law, an advocacy group.

Camera Trap Chronicles: The Pennsylvania Wilds

Camera Trap Chronicles: The Pennsylvania Wilds

Photo © TNC As a Nature Conservancy forester in Pennsylvania , Mike Eckley spends a lot of time assessing the health of woodlands.Beginning in 2008, Eckley set out trail cameras to monitor white-tailed deer, including their health and buck to doe ratios.

This Voracious, Unstoppable Bug Is Killing Off Vineyards

This Voracious, Unstoppable Bug Is Killing Off Vineyards

The effects have been devastating for the Pennsylvania wine industry , where some growers have reported a 90 percent grape loss due to lanternfly damage.

Making a Stormtrooper Out of Bodies Is Easier Than You'd Think

Making a Stormtrooper Out of Bodies Is Easier Than You'd Think

In 2009, they launched an entire Shadowland show, all based on the shapes people could act out with their bodies and maybe a few stretch-y pieces of clothing."Limitations are awesome for creativity," says Renee Jaworski, one of Pilobolus’ artistic directors "They are super helpful, because if the world is your oyster then it’s really hard to make a decision.

California Logged Its Hottest Month Ever, and Things Are Only Going to Get Worse

California Logged Its Hottest Month Ever, and Things Are Only Going to Get Worse

At 1.9 degrees F higher than the 20th century average, these sizzling temperatures rendered the month the 11th hottest July on record for the U.S., NOAA scientists reported at a press briefing.