A bacterium that lives in rivers, streams and human aqueducts uses nature's strongest glue to stay in one place, according to new research by Indiana University Bloomington and Brown University scientists reported in next ...
Scientists of the CDF collaboration at the DOE's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced today the precision measurement of extremely rapid transitions between matter and antimatter.
The JCSAT-9 telecommunications satellite is in position and counting down to its scheduled launch on late Wednesday.
Coinstar will offer iTunes users the chance to turn in loose change for online music downloads.
South Korea has reportedly blocked Qualcomm's plans for a wireless video service due to a lack of broadcast spectrum.
Salesforce.com acquired Sendia Corporation for $15 million in a cash deal to boost its mobile services.
The number of viruses attacking mobile phones and other devices is on the increase, a consultancy group warned.
Scientists at the Woods Hole Research Center in Maine say they've created a satellite map to show the Chesapeake Bay area's urban development.
Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics 2006 goes to Viola Vogel for pioneering work in bionanotechnology
This year's Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics will be awarded to Dr. Viola Vogel for her creative and pioneering work on bionanotechnology exploring single molecule mechanics and nanomotors for technical applications. ...
A multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Ashutosh Tiwari of Nanostructured Materials Research Laboratory (NMRL) of University of Utah has succeeded in inducing high temperature ferromagnetism in highly insulting epitaxial ...