The American Association for the Advancement of Science, meeting in St. Louis, mounted an offensive against intelligent design.
Some of Japan's newer baseball teams are using information technology to improve the game experience for fans, a local daily reported Monday.
Keith Devlin is a consulting professor in Stanford's Mathematics Department and a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Some biologists recognize his name because there's an extinct possum named ...
A new optical effect has been created in a London laboratory that means solid objects such as walls could one day be rendered transparent, scientists report today in the journal Nature Materials.
Increased carbon dioxide emissions are rapidly making the world's oceans more acidic and, if unabated, could cause a mass extinction of marine life similar to one that occurred 65 million years ago when the dinosaurs disappeared. ...
Forty-four Israeli firms participated in last week's 3GSM World Congress in Barcelona, the Ministry of Industry, Trade and Labor reported.
Search engine giant Google formally announced the opening of an Israel branch at a news conference Monday.
More than 500 scientists have signed a statement publicly expressing skepticism about the theory of Darwinian evolution.
Eesky Telecom is deep into the process of forming an Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) service for the Czech Republic.
New Zealand's communications minister said Monday he was open to talking with Telecom New Zealand about a deal that would head off new regulations.