Earthquake
Designing a flexible material to protect buildings, military personnel  SCIENCE DAILY · 8 hours
Shake, rattle and roll. Even though they are miles from the epicenter of an earthquake, buildings can collapse due to how an earthquake energy makes the ground shake and rattle.... more
New clues to deep earthquake mystery  PHYS.ORG · 9 hours
A new understanding of our planet's deepest earthquakes could help unravel one of the most mysterious geophysical processes on Earth. more
Deep slab seismicity limited by rate of deformation in the transition zone  Science Magazine · 9 hours
Deep earthquakes within subducting tectonic plates (slabs) are enigmatic because they appear similar to shallow earthquakes but must occur by a different mechanism. Previous... more
Caves tell us that Australia's mountains are still growing  SCIENCE DAILY · 1 week
Research shows Buchan Caves to be about 3.5 million years old and that Victoria's East Gippsland has remained tectonically active for long times, even into the present-day, which is why... more
Magnitude-6.5 earthquake in Nevada has a long history of temblors  LIVE SCIENCE · 2 weeks
A magnitude-6.5 earthquake rattled western Nevada just before sunrise today (May 15), waking up people at 4:03 a.m. local time (11:03 UTC), well before their morning alarms went... more
USGS reports magnitude-6.5 earthquake in western Nevada  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Authorities in western Nevada checked for possible highway damage following a magnitude 6.5 earthquake in a remote area early Friday. more
How a 1,000‑year‑old tsunami in the Indian Ocean points to greater risk than originally thought  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
The December 2004 trans-oceanic tsunami, generated by the 9.2 Sumatra-Andaman earthquake, changed the way people look at the... more
Researcher develops new model to accurately date historic earthquakes  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Three earthquakes in the Monterey Bay Area, occurring in 1838, 1890 and 1906, happened without a doubt on the San Andreas Fault, according to a new paper by a Portland... more
Deep long-period earthquakes generated by second boiling beneath Mauna Kea volcano  Science Magazine · 2 weeks
Deep long-period earthquakes (DLPs) are an enigmatic type of volcanic seismicity that sometimes precedes eruptions but mostly occurs at quiescent volcanoes. These earthquakes are depleted in... more
'Lettere patenti' help assess intensity of historic central Italian earthquakes  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Three hundred-year-old administrative documents from the Roman government, granting residents permission to repair damage to their buildings, can help modern-day seismologists calculate intensities for a notable sequence of... more
Earth’s Inner Core is Rotating, Study Says  SCI-NEWS.COM · 2 weeks
The inner core of the Earth is rotating at about 0.05-0.1 degrees per year, according to an analysis of seismic data from... more
Growing mountains or shifting ground: What is going on in Earth's inner core?  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
Exhaustive seismic data from repeating earthquakes and new data-processing methods have yielded the best evidence yet that the Earth's inner core is... more
Growing mountains or shifting ground: What is going on in Earth's inner core?  SCIENCE DAILY · 2 weeks
Exhaustive seismic data from repeating earthquakes and new data-processing methods have yielded the best evidence yet that the Earth's inner core is... more
Slight earthquake rattles Rome awake, no damage known yet  PHYS.ORG · 2 weeks
A slight earthquake rattled Romans awake early Monday. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries. more
Damage reported as 5.4-magnitude quake strikes Puerto Rico  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake struck near southern Puerto Rico on Saturday, briefly knocking out power and forcing the relocation of at least 50 families on an island where some people still remain in... more
Quake with 4.5 magnitude felt in Bulgaria's capital  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
An 4.5-magnitude earthquake shook central Bulgaria on Friday but there were no reports of any injuries or damage. more
'Wobble' may precede some great earthquakes  SCIENCE DAILY · 4 weeks
The land masses of Japan shifted from east to west to east again in the months before the strongest earthquake in the country's recorded history, a 2011 magnitude-9 earthquake that killed more than 15,500 people, new... more
'Wobble' may precede some great earthquakes, study shows  PHYS.ORG · 4 weeks
The land masses of Japan shifted from east to west to east again in the months before the strongest earthquake in the country's recorded history, a 2011 magnitude-9 earthquake that killed more... more
VolcanoPlate TectonicsTsunami
MORE SCIENCE VIDEO
'Go for launch': Space X, NASA set for landmark mission
PHYS.ORG
Melting ice reveals an ancient, once-thriving trade route
PHYS.ORG
Fishing less could be a win for both lobstermen and endangered whales
PHYS.ORG
Solving battery-free devices' short-term memory loss
PHYS.ORG
How will we receive signals from interstellar probes like Starshot?
PHYS.ORG
Taming CRISPR's collateral damage
PHYS.ORG
Identifying the Starting Points for COVID19 Treatment
NEWS MEDICAL
Public disclosure of COVID-19 cases is more effective than lockdowns, study shows
SCIENCE DAILY
Novel insight reveals topological tangle in unexpected corner of the universe
PHYS.ORG
MAVEN maps electric currents around mars that are fundamental to atmospheric loss
PHYS.ORG
Researchers capture rarely heard narwhal vocalizations
PHYS.ORG
Babies know when you imitate them -- and like it
SCIENCE DAILY
Dinosaur-dooming asteroid struck earth at 'deadliest possible' angle
PHYS.ORG
Pesticides disrupt honeybee nursing behavior and larval development
PHYS.ORG
Tiny crown at heart of miniature space thruster
ESA
Buildings consume lots of energy – here's how to design whole communities that give back as much as they take
PHYS.ORG
European Service Module 3
ESA
Mission controllers maintain the service
ESA
Galactic crash may have triggered solar system formation
PHYS.ORG
One billion stars and counting – the sky according to Gaia’s second data release
ESA
Can Chlorpromazine help treat COVID-19?
NEWS MEDICAL
Bumblebees speed up flowering by piercing plants
PHYS.ORG
Fruit fly study unlocks insights into human mating rituals  
PHYS.ORG
Discovery about the edge of fusion plasma could help realize fusion power
PHYS.ORG
Cell tower vandals and re-open protesters: Why some people believe in coronavirus conspiracies
PHYS.ORG
FRESH SCIENCE