Officials at a Nova Scotia university resumed extra-curricular activities Wednesday following a Norwalk virus outbreak that sickened at least 25 students.
Researchers say U.S. high school pupils taking vocational classes with enhanced math instruction do better on standardized math tests than other students.
A group of U.S. political scientists has concluded democracy may not be more beneficial to the poor than other political systems, contrary to prior findings.
Research shows both experts and novices can make notoriously poor consumer judgments and U.S. scientists say they believe they've determined why that is.
A University of Michigan review of 25 studies concludes at-home tooth-whitening products are effective in the short term.
Russia is building a new spaceship that can fly to the moon.
German scientists say color perception depends not only on an object's pigmentation but also on our knowledge of what the object should look like.
China's first experimental fast nuclear reactor that can burn up to 70 percent of uranium fuel is expected to start trials in four years.
Female rats that are apprehensive of new experiences as infants maintain that temperament and die earlier from mammary and pituitary tumors than do their more adventuresome sisters, according to new research by a team based ...
Panasonic Computer Solutions Company today introduced two new rugged Panasonic Toughbook computers: The CF-19 convertible tablet PC, and the flagship CF-30 clamshell notebook.
Can people get fat -- and risk debilitating diabetes -- without overeating? The answer may be yes, according to Timothy Kieffer, a University of British Columbia researcher, who has found that imbalance in the action of a ...
IMEC developed a reconfigurable processor for video decoding achieving power efficiencies 6 to 12 times higher than state-of-the-art C-programmed processors. The processor was derived from IMEC’s C-programmable ADRES (Architecture ...
Getting the goods on a thief may not be necessary if a store’s interior is designed to deter shoplifting in the first place, a new University of Florida study finds.
Registered voters who used a simple visual imagery technique the evening before the 2004 election were significantly more likely to vote the next day, a new study found. It was all a matter of the visual perspective people ...