In a knee-jerk reaction to the recent terror-related blasts in India, the government is stepping up control on the online community that according to the country's telecom regulator, the Department of Telecom (DoT), was running ...
Norwegian scientists may have ruled out insufficient oxygen supply to the heart as a critical variable in whether a mammal's heart survives hypothermia.
The advent of robots is no longer an idea of science fiction, but is quickly becoming an intrinsic part of our daily lives.
A Texas doctor has developed the "Slow Starch" diet as a way to help San Antonio shed its title as one of the fattest cities in the nation.
Motorola announced that it has shipped its 50 millionth Motorola RAZR V3 handset Tuesday.
U.S. scientists say they've confirmed the theory men and women use different parts of their brains processing language and visuospatial information.
New research attempting to shed light on the evergreen question — just how do male and female brains differ? — has found that timing is everything.
Researchers at the University of Michigan Medical School and Johns Hopkins University have developed a treatment that helps animals with traumatic spinal cord injuries grow new nerve fibers.
Day and night, weekends, weekdays, and holidays, physicists from around the world take shifts in BaBar's Interaction Region 2 control room. The BaBar detector records the products of the positron-electron collisions generated ...
Oppressive summertime heat claims more lives than all other weather-related disasters combined, including tornadoes and hurricanes. During 2003, a heat wave across Europe killed as many as 40,000 people.