Alabama scientists are considering using gold nanoparticles to turn near-infrared laser light into a "thermal scalpel" of intense heat to kill tumor cells.
To address the growing number of patent disputes, two House representatives introduced Friday a bill to improve patent litigation.
Charles Scales, a NASA veteran of more than 33 years, Monday was named associate administrator of its Office of Institutions and Management.
A new dinosaur species -- Dracorex hogwartsia -- named in honor of author J.K. Rowling and her Harry Potter books, went on display Monday in Indianapolis.
A new Trojan virus has been detected that uses a Microsoft Word vulnerability to infect computers, Panda Software Labs reported.
Research conducted at Oregon Health & Science University suggests that contrary to popular belief, the body has more than one "body clock." The previously known master body clock resides in a part of the brain called the ...
One of the major goals of cancer nanotechnology research is to develop nanoparticles that deliver cancer imaging agents and anticancer drugs specifically to tumors. Two new reports in the literature highlight new approaches ...
Many companies who score an advertising spot at the Cannes Film Festival this week will market their products to visitors using digital billboards.
Wired News announced Monday that it has released the full text of a set of documents of AT&T's alleged participation with the National Security Agency.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology scientists are trying to help energy companies draw millions of additional barrels of oil from the sea.