Study: We Travel with Our Own Germs
Scientists Dig into Ebola's Genes
Google Tests Its Own Delivery Drone
Bucket Challenge Has Cash Flowing
Forgotten Indian Cemetery Unearthed
Sorry, clean freaks. No matter how well you scrub your home, it's covered in bacteria from your own body. And if you pack up and move, you'll rapidly transfer your unique microbial fingerprint.
Ebola exploded after a funeral in Guinea, and has now killed at least 1,552 people in West Africa. Now scientists have mapped the genetic code of this strain of Ebola in an effort to track mutations.
While top technology companies are engaged in an "arms race" to develop drones that can quickly deliver goods to anyone anywhere, Google has revealed it successfully tested its own version.
In the couple of hours it took an official from the ALS Association to return a reporter's call for comment, the group's ubiquitous "ice bucket challenge" had brought in a few million more dollars.
A dusty, barren field in the shadow of a busy Arizona interstate was for decades a place where children played freely and locals dumped trash, seemingly unaware of the history beneath them.