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Intel Corporation announced today the next in a line of new solid-state drives (SSD), the Intel Solid-State Drive 510 Series. The new Intel SSD 510 features fast SATA 6 Gigabits per second (Gbps) performance to take full ...
Kristine Preston steps softly onto UC Irvine's Ecological Preserve, 62 acres of cheerful wildflowers and sweet-smelling sage scrub tucked above University Hills.
If you haven't taken down your Christmas lights yet, do it very carefully. Those modern, light-emitting diode bulbs marketed as safe, environmentally preferable alternatives to traditional lights actually contain lead, arsenic ...
Neurobiologists from the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research have determined the schedule of neuronal circuitry assembly in the hippocampus. As published online in Nature Neuroscience, they are the first ...
The mosquito may be an annoyance for Canadian cottagers and campers, but for the inhabitants of the world's tropical regions, the insect can be deadly.
Larry Gilbert got hooked on observing butterflies when he was a just a kid.
A new study shows that adjustable gastric banding, a type of weight-loss surgery that reduces the size of the stomach, is safe in people who are mildly obese.
Ever wondered what Neanderthals looked like? Or how they walked? Well wonder no more with the Natural History Museum websites new augmented reality (AR) Neanderthal.
Get ready for some mandated changes in lighting, warns an energy expert in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences.