With oil prices reaching near near-record highs in recent weeks, calls have grown louder for the U.S. to develop new sources of affordable, domestic energy. Work by experts from The Earth Institute at Columbia University ...
While doctors and scientists have long agreed that physical activity has health benefits, Rutgers cancer researcher Allan Conney and his New Jersey colleagues have found that exercise can even protect against skin cancer.
An EU plan to battle industrial pollution faces a test after new data show countries were too lenient in setting emission caps.
Yahoo! said its question-and-answer site will be combined with its general search engine.
Verizon Communications is reportedly prepared to pay $48 billion to buy out Vodafone's share of Verizon Wireless.
The Bush administration has created a nationwide panel to look at math education in U.S. schools and recommend ways to create competitive instruction.
Five hundred years after Christopher Columbus' death, researchers are using DNA testing to identify where he was born and when.
U.S.-based computer giant IBM reportedly will offer its advanced technology and know-how to fight the spread of avian flu and other infections diseases.
In a groundbreaking new study in the June issue of American Naturalist, Erika J. Edwards (Yale University and University of California, Santa Barbara) and Michael J. Donoghue (Yale University) explore how leafy, "normal" ...
Sexual harassment is a burden that females of many species face, and some may go to extreme lengths to avoid it. In a new paper from the June issue of the American Naturalist, Darren Croft (University of Wales) and a research ...