Bird experts and volunteers are searching the swampy forests of eastern Arkansas, looking for the chance to photograph the rare ivory-billed woodpecker.
iVillage and MSN announced Tuesday they are renewing their content publication agreement.
The European Union Tuesday called for tenders to help radio frequency identification.
At least one study is refuting reports that China and India graduate more than eight times the number of engineers than does the United States.
Motorola is seeing its new wireless surveillance cameras as a major advance in the fields of security and law enforcement.
Preliminary results of field trials show an increase in usage on mobile phones equipped with Zi Corporation's new Qix search engine.
The executive publisher of the journal Science Tuesday applauded a federal judge's decision concerning teaching of "intelligent design."
Research by the University of Washington and Rice University suggest TV commercials featuring unfamiliar celebrity voice-overs are the most effective.
Station managers have decided to delay the undocking of the ISS Progress 19 cargo craft.
The trophy case for Kansas State University's physics department continues to grow. Glenn Horton-Smith, a K-State assistant professor of physics, is just one of the recent faculty members in the department to earn national ...