Scientist determines that a series of pulses in Earth’s magnetic field occur in greater frequency just before an earthquake, potentially making them a reliable forecast tool.
A group of French scientists are looking into using acoustics to deflect earthquakes around buildings, sort of like an anti-earthquake force field.
Scientists at the Georgia Institute of Technology accurately forecast the size and location of an earthquake in Costa Rica.
The sensors in your smartphone could be used to detect earthquakes with the iShake.
Japanese developers have devised a system of pendulums in a bid to stabilize skyscrapers during the next major earthquake.
Good news, everyone: volcanoes give us sound clues when they're close to blowing.
A team of geologists have studied earthquakes to find out how they produce gold deposits.
A group of researchers in France have come up with a way of measuring seismic activity from space.
In a preemptive strike against evil geniuses with earthquake machines, the French are testing a seismic cloaking device that renders buildings invisible to earthquakes.
On May 11, 2011 a magnitude 5.1 earthquake hit the town of Lorca in southern Spain. It was the country's worst quake in 50 years, killing 9, injuring nearly 300 and dealing millions in damages to Spain's struggling economy. Scientists have been searching for the cause of this "unusually shallow" quake and recently published an interesting theory.