(PhysOrg.com) -- In the super-small world of nanostructures, a team of polymer scientists and engineers at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have discovered how to make nano-scale repairs to a damaged surface equivalent ...
Komatsuna. Shiso. Winged beans. Maxixe. They're not your garden-variety vegetables.
(PhysOrg.com) -- In the basement of Hoyt Laboratory at Princeton University, Alexei Tyryshkin clicked a computer mouse and sent a burst of microwaves washing across a silicon crystal suspended in a frozen cylinder of stainless ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- UT Dallas researchers are making strides in understanding the workings of quantum dots nanosized particles that have immense potential in several industry applications.
Most iPhone developers are focused on creating software applications for the hip smartphones from Apple.
Indian IT giant Infosys on Thursday posted a 33-percent rise in its quarterly profit, but warned of a slowdown and weak client spending due to global uncertainty and the European debt crisis.
The Internet was strapped to wrists at the Consumer Electronics Show on Wednesday in the form of Android-powered "smart watches" that serve up online content along with telling time.
Beijing on Thursday began publishing real-time air quality data on the Internet, bowing to a vocal online campaign for greater government transparency over pollution in China's capital.
China and India are catapulting to the forefront of astronomy research with their decision to join as partners in a Hawaii telescope that will be the world's largest when it's built later this decade.