In three new independent studies, researchers have deepened our understanding of the remarkable ability of some specialized areas of the brain to activate both in response to one's own actions and in response to sensory cues ...
An MIT researcher has a vision: Four hundred huge offshore wind turbines are providing onshore customers with enough electricity to power several hundred thousand homes, and nobody standing onshore can see them. The trick? ...
U.S. researchers say the smartest way to safeguard a reservoir's water is to let it drain into the ground.
Researchers in Washington say smokeless tobacco is much safer than cigarettes but the jury is out on whether smokers should be encouraged to switch habits.
Researchers in Pittsburgh say nicotine addiction does not explain why so many women who quit smoking during pregnancy resume the habit after delivery.
Scottish researchers have found that drugs used to treat Parkinson's disease appear to turn some patients into gambling addicts.
British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan are being treated with an experimental blood-clotting drug that has not been fully tested, it was reported Saturday.
With increasing numbers of twins swamping intensive care units, British women may soon be barred from having twins through in vitro fertilization treatment.
Water levels in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, although constantly in flux, are showing a steady decrease, experts say.