It's not common knowledge, but high school and college students across the country know it is quite possible to ride across the surface of the moon without leaving Earth.
The Georgia Legislature has passed a bill barring the Public Service Commission from regulating broadband and wireless communications.
A panel of scientists says a proposed federal limit of 24.5 parts per billion on the toxic chemical perchlorate in drinking water is too high.
Decades of federally subsidized predator control has failed to prevent a sheep industry decline, the New York-based Wildlife Conservation Society says.
Unisys is launching a new technology and sourcing center in Shanghai as part of its continuing expansion in the Chinese telecom market.
International Launch Services will use an Atlas rocket to send ICO North America's new communications satellite into space.
Scientists say Alaska's Augustine Volcano has started oozing lava and is exhibiting less-explosive activity than it did earlier this year.
Within an initiative aimed at supporting visionary research projects, the European Union has set aside research funds for the development of biological nanomotors. An international consortium of scientists, co-ordinated by ...
The South Korean Ministry of Health and Welfare has revoked disgraced cloning scientist Hwang Woo-suk's license to conduct embryonic stem-cell research.
The Consumer Electronics Association and major U.S. telcos have agreed on a list of standards for devices that plug into Internet Protocol video networks.