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.
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.
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.