Alaska

Alaska’s first electric school bus operating efficiently in minus 40-degree temperatures

Alaska’s first electric school bus operating efficiently in minus 40-degree temperatures

Regardless of minus 40-degree temperatures, an all-electric school bus is performing its duty with ease in Alaska.

Dinosaur bones found in Alaska’s Denali National Park

Dinosaur bones found in Alaska’s Denali National Park

A fresh analysis of four fossilized bone fragments that were unearthed in the Denali National Park has provided new evidence that the Alaskan park was once roamed by dinosaur, the National Park Service announced.

Two of Shell’s Vessels Depart the Arctic Waters After Company Decided to Cease Oil Exploration

Two of Shell’s Vessels Depart the Arctic Waters After Company Decided to Cease

On September 28, after spending more than $7 billion, Shell announced that it would not explore oil in Alaska's Chukchi and Beaufort seas.

Innocuous Fukushima Radiation to Hit West Coast in April

Innocuous Fukushima Radiation to Hit West Coast in April

Scientists have revealed that radiations from Japan's damaged Fukushima nuclear reactors will reach the West Coast in April. But, there is no need to worry as scientists have predicted that the levels of the radiation will not be high enough to pose any threats to humans and the environment.

A Giant Virus Re-emerges after 30,000 Years in Siberia

A Giant Virus Re-emerges after 30,000 Years in Siberia

A giant virus that is harmless to humans and animals has come back to life after 30,000 years.

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