Detecting one of the world's most common pathogens in drinking water soon may no longer be bottle-necked under a laboratory microscope.
Canada's Nortel Networks on Thursday announced it has completed the 103 million dollar sale of its GSM-GSMR wireless business to Sweden's Ericsson and Austria's Kapsch.
US media outlets are gushing like star-struck lovers over the Apple iPad in early reviews as software makers hustle to ready programs for its much-anticipated sales launch on Saturday.
Patient deaths at three London hospitals have been cut by almost 15% after introducing treatment checklists (known as care bundles), finds a study published in the British Medical Journal today.
(AP) -- An organization for foreign journalists based in China has become the latest victim of cyberattacks targeting the Web sites or e-mail accounts of human rights groups and reporters focused on China.
Screening younger women for breast cancer is fairer and makes sound economic sense, according to new research by the University of East Anglia.
(AP) -- Josefina Miranda doesn't need scientific studies to tell her about the dangers of pesticide exposure. She knows them all too well.
(AP) -- A Russian rocket blasted off from a space center in southern Kazakhstan into brilliant blue skies Friday, transporting a NASA astronaut and two Russian cosmonauts to the International Space Station.
(AP) -- Sharp's latest 3-D displays deliver bright, clear imagery without the cumbersome glasses usually required for such technology. Now the bad news: They only work on a 3-inch (7.5-centimeter) screen held ...