(PhysOrg.com) -- Diamond Light Source, the UK's synchrotron science facility, is being used by a Stoke-on-Trent based clinician to develop new ways to detect cancer.
(AP) -- News Corp. is placing bets on two ideas that it hopes will shore up sagging business models for media companies: electronic reading devices and charging readers for access to websites.
(AP) -- Cablevision Systems Corp. said Monday it will pay $1.4 billion to expand far beyond its focus in the New York City area with the purchase of Bresnan Communications, a mid-sized cable TV provider in the West.
As turboprop and jet aircraft climb or descend under certain atmospheric conditions, they can inadvertently seed mid-level clouds and cause narrow bands of snow or rain to develop and fall to the ground, new research finds. ...
Microsoft on Monday began shipping a slim, more powerful version of its Xbox 360 videogame console to US stores.
A low-pressure area forming over the Atlantic could become the first tropical storm of the season, the National Hurricane Center warned Monday.
(AP) -- Starbucks Corp. will begin offering unlimited free wireless Internet access at all company-operated U.S. locations starting July 1, part of an ongoing effort to bring more customers in the door.
(AP) -- Scientists have developed a method for detecting and tracking carbon dioxide deep underground, giving the federal government an important tool as people look for ways to keep carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases ...
Scientists at the Carnegie Institution's Geophysical Laboratory, with colleagues, have discovered a much higher water content in the Moon's interior than previous studies. Their research suggests that the water was preserved ...
Researchers at the University of Calgary found that amino acid residues form a type of barrier to help in the process of electron transfer between proteins.