There's more than one way to silence gene activity, according to a Michigan State University researcher.
With the explosive increase in smartphone use, we can now be out of our homes, out of our offices and still be super-connected, productive and even entertained. We've all heard the saying "There's an app for that." And ...
For sale: vehicle with extremely high mileage, serious damage, and a price tag in the millions. That's right -- a historic Soviet space ship.
The federal government last week finally released a national map of broadband services, but it leaves a lot to be desired.
NASA's most traveled space shuttle, Discovery, was fueled Thursday for its final voyage after nearly three decades of service.
A mud volcano that has displaced more than 13,000 Indonesian families will erupt for at least a quarter of century, emitting belches of flammable gas through a deepening lake of sludge, scientists reported on Thursday.
Are you ready for Watson to join you and your doctor in the examining room? That could be the outcome of a collaboration under way between Watson's creators at IBM and experts at the University of Maryland's School of ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists at Harvard University are moving closer to answering some age-old questions. How did the leopard get its spots? How did the zebra get its stripes?
Red imported fire ant invasions around the globe in recent years can now be traced to the southern U.S., where the nuisance insect gained a foothold in the 1930s, new University of Florida research has found.
Early in the formation of the Earth, some forms of the element chromium separated and disappeared deep into the planet's core, a new study by UC Davis geologists shows.