Chantell Evans is one of 15 young scientists getting the awards, which are aimed at boosting the numbers of women and minorities in faculty positions.
The colors this year will be much more vibrant because of ample rainfall during the spring growing season. The past few years were marked by stretches of drought.
The epic end to a pioneering mission that revolutionized how scientists see the ringed planet.
They're part of a national effort to reduce kidney stones, which are becoming more common in adults and children.
The commission had already voted once to allow New Jersey Natural Gas to build its Southern Reliability Link, but the decision was challenged in court.
Even though a new study has found a weak, inconclusive link between the flu shot and miscarriage, medical authorities continue to recommend that pregnant women get the vaccine.
Penn Memory Center and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia give cognitively impaired patients a way to give back.
The proposal to raid dollars meant for projects from toxic waste cleanups to Delaware Canal repairs is part of 'The Taxpayer's Budget' floated this week by House Republicans seeking to cover deficits from last year's budget and the current one.
'It's orgy time,' says an expert.
"We are struggling with all of our might to get people to know where we are," says Linda Waterman, who is organizing the crab fest for the nonprofit Cumberland County Coastal Connection.
The 13,500-square-mile watershed spans from the Catskills through Pennsylvania and New Jersey to the Delaware Bay. It provides drinking water for 15 million people, as well as recreational activities.
Health systems are grappling with how to be fair to physicians, many of whom are perfectly able to keep working for many years past the traditional retirement age.
"It's a progression of conditions going across the Atlantic that are conducive to hurricanes," explains Gerry Bell, lead scientist of the season hurricane outlook team for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
Emergency rooms are expected to be loud and chaotic. But Bon Ku thinks that they can be more efficient.