The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) aboard NASA's Mars Odyssey orbiter marked a milestone May 4. An image from THEMIS showing Martian lava flows and wind streaks mingling with impact craters, became the 1,200th “Image ...
A UQ Business School student says the old cliché – it's not what you know; it's who you know – might be true after all.
Looking at a rainforest it’s easy to see that there are hundreds of different tropical plant species that inhabit the forest. Although the patterns of plant distributions in tropical forests have been widely studied, the ...
Picture this: You're one of several astronauts homeward bound after a three-year mission to Mars. Halfway back from the Red Planet, your spacecraft starts suffering intermittent electrical outages. So you remove a little-used ...
Panasonic today announced the development of a robust and lightfast image sensor for the next generation.
Scientists have discovered three unsuspected regions of human DNA that contain clear genetic risk factors for type 2 diabetes, and another that is associated with elevated blood triglycerides.
U.S. researchers have determined safety regulations enacted by NASCAR over 21 years have resulted in an increase in accidents.
A U.S. scientist says parasites, pathogens and pesticides are all possible suspects in the recent staggering decline in the number of the world's honeybees.
Microsoft will use its Windows Hardware Engineering Conference to announce 15 new phones and devices that work with its unified communications software from nine of its partners.
Yahoo encourages millions of consumers to take basic steps to help the environment as part of its corporate push to confront global warming.