Geckos, snails and newts thrived on a Russian spacecraft that carried a Montana State University experiment last summer, but not bacteria, said an MSU microbiologist who is studying the long-term effects of space travel.
Americans’ circle of confidants has shrunk dramatically in the past two decades and the number of people who say they have no one with whom to discuss important matters has more than doubled, according to a new study by ...
Through dated geological records scientists have known for decades that variations in the Earth’s orbit around the sun – subtle changes in the distance between the two – control ice ages. But, for the first 2 million ...
California researchers have discovered entirely new applications for Viagra, the first erectile dysfunction drug to win federal approval.
Britain's Royal Society for the Protection of Birds says a wind farm off the Norwegian coast has reduced the population of Europe's largest eagle.
A new China study predates the country's claim of its first human bird-flu case by two years, raising questions about the spread of the disease, a report says.
Advanced Micro Devices was expected to announce late Friday that it would build a new semiconductor plant in upstate New York.
A British researcher, using a study of cannibals, warns that mad cow disease may eventually kill lot more humans than is known now.
News that Australia's Telstra would cut another 2,600 jobs raised speculation about the nationwide telco's ability to maintain service levels.
Alcatel Alenia Space will provide the payload for Arabsat's BADR-6 "Full Moon" satellite for Arabsat (Arab Satellite Communications Organization).