A study funded by the National Institute of Mental Health in Bethesda, Md., says antipsychotic drugs used to treat Alzheimer's patients are mostly ineffective.
NASA scientists responsible for controlling operations aboard the International Space Station are now working in a new mission control room.
A new study concludes the U.S. pharmaceutical industry might be wasting more than $50 billion every year in manufacturing expenses.
U.S. scientists say a Phase II trial of Revlimid in patients with incurable blood cancer has produced positive results.
Astronomers at Russia's Pulkovo Observatory are refuting a prediction that a giant comet will collide with the Earth late this month.
The only established present-day heir to Christopher Columbus says the navigator and admiral was born in the northern Italian port city of Genoa.
Dengue, a mosquito-borne viral disease which began in the New Delhi region of India, has spread to 16 other states, having claimed a total of 86 lives.
The U.S. Department of Energy says it is continuing a project designed to determine the feasibility of storing carbon dioxide in brine formations.
A U.S. biologist says his discovery of a molecule that induces the dispersion of biofilms will affect numerous industries during coming years.
University of Cincinnati (UC) physicians are using a new technique that involves injecting patients with millions of tiny radioactive glass beads to control advanced, inoperable liver cancer.