U.S. officials say tests of white shrimp samples collected the week of Sept. 12 from the Mississippi Sound found no elevated contaminants.
Standard & Poor's revised down Wednesday its outlook for Swedish telecommunications group Ericsson to stable from positive.
The IBM chip that will power Microsoft's Xbox 360 console is in production and on target for the device's pre-Christmas launch next month.
A physicist and a medical researcher at the University of Leicester have received a grant of £100,000 from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council to look at possible toxic damage from inhaled nanoparticles ...
Scientists at the University of Manchester will set off for Australia this week to undertake an in-depth study of tropical clouds and the particles sucked up into them to gain further insight into climate change and the depletion ...
U.S. physicians have reportedly started a clinical trial to assess the effects of allowing couples to choose the gender of unborn children.
Scientists announced in Salt Lake City the mapping of the most common genetic differences across the entire genome for 269 different humans.
Netherlands scientists say they've developed the first molecular motor that rotates in just one direction while attached to a solid surface.
Bacteria that make rocket fuel as part of their metabolism are making sewage treatment less expensive and kinder to the environment, British researchers say.
An independent team of Finnish over-clockers has made world history by over-clocking a graphics processor to engine clock levels above 1 GHz. The record was set on the recently-announced Radeon X1800 XT graphics processor ...