Is sexual orientation something people are born with - like the colour of their skin and eyes - or a matter of choice?
The first phase of the new NEPTUNE Canada ocean observatory is being completed today off the west coast of Vancouver Island.
Imagine paint that adheres to a surface but releases on command, or road signs that change their reflectivity with changing weather conditions. These are two potential uses of a novel, responsive material designed by researchers ...
Forget the moo-moo here and quack-quack there. Farmers may find phytochemicals to be the barnyard bonanza.
UC Davis physics professor J. Anthony Tyson will testify before Congress on Thursday, Nov. 8, on near-Earth asteroids. Tyson will talk about the potential role of the proposed Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST) in surveying ...
A Purdue University expert says people who try to deprive themselves of their favorite foods during the holiday season to avoid weight gain are setting themselves up for failure.
As winter weather approaches, there are a few simple and effective steps homeowners can take to keep the warmth in and the winter out, says a Purdue University energy expert.
The tropical Pacific Ocean remains in the grips of a cool La Niña, as shown by new data of sea-level heights from mid-October of 2007, collected by the U.S-French Jason altimetric satellite.
Babies driving robots. It sounds like the theme of a cartoon series but it is actually the focus of important and innovative research being conducted at the University of Delaware that could have significant repercussions ...
Sarph lives. He's nearly 15 years old, and he knows where the predators lurk, where to find food, and how to make a baby with his wild-born mate.