U.S. scientists with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute say in the frantic world of the fruit fly, courtship may depend on having the right wing spots.
Imposing trade sanctions is no solution to getting China to comply with intellectual-property rules. Rather, by encouraging Chinese companies to tie up with U.S. rivals on the one hand and getting them to produce goods that ...
U.S. scientists have discovered a neural circuit they say is likely to play an important role in the visual perception of moving objects.
NASA has teamed up with two universities to study ways to reduce the adverse effects of space travel has on astronauts' physical heath.
A Washington University study in St. Louis suggests cancer therapy based on a tumor's anatomical location may soon become obsolete.
Level 3 Communications said Wednesday it would be providing underlying local service in the United States for EarthLink's new home VoIP service.
Moves by branded drug companies to slow the spread of U.S. generic drugs has been criticized by a pharmacy benefit managers' organization.
Scientists in Japan are studying ice core samples pulled from 2 miles deep in Antarctica and believed to be the oldest ever retrieved.
SES ASTRA's latest telecom satellite was on track for its scheduled Thursday launch from Cape Canaveral in the United States.
Nanochip Inc. announced Tuesday that it has secured $10 million of a $15 million Series C financing round, with funding led by Intel Capital.