The European Space Agency says the 57th annual International Astronautical Congress will be Oct. 2-6 in Valencia, Spain.
Genetically modified rice from the United States has been found in the European Union, in violation of a ban on import, growth and sale of such crops.
A Japanese study has suggested that green tea consumption can reduce the risk of heart disease.
A U.S. researcher says the gap in measured cognitive ability between blacks and whites has narrowed by a least 25 percent since 1972.
A pilot ethanol plant has been built at the Danish Technical University in Lyngby, Denmark, to convert agricultural bi-products into the fuel.
British psychologists have launched a study to determine why some people who hear voices consider it a good experience, while others find it distressing.
A team of researchers from Arizona State University and Motorola Labs, the applied research arm of Motorola Inc., has developed sensors based on carbon nanotubes, microscopically small structures that posses excellent electronic ...
Oil and water don't mix, and that could be the key to edible vegetable-based oil being the answer to contaminant clean-up.
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company today introduced three new business-rugged Panasonic Toughbook notebook computers: The ultraportable CF-W5, tablet alternative CF-T5, and the thin-and-light desktop replacement CF-Y5.
NEC Electronics today announced the industry's first 55- nanometer CMOS-compatible embedded DRAM (eDRAM) technology, UX7LSeD.
The second STS-115 spacewalk is now in the history books. STS-115 Mission Specialists Dan Burbank and Steve MacLean concluded the spacewalk at 12:16 p.m. EDT after continued efforts to prepare the International ...
NASA's newest spacecraft at Mars has completed the challenging half-year task of shaping its orbit to the nearly circular, low-altitude pattern from which it will scrutinize the planet.
Beset by a host of debilitating and potentially fatal disorders, the human brain is in desperate need of a few good drugs. The catch, however, is that nature has set up a roadblock known as the blood-brain barrier — intended ...