Inadequate investment in the power grid transmission network remains the Achilles heel of the nation's electric system, an engineer who specializes in utility policy at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign says.
In laboratory tests, one very low dose of a drug was enough to show an effect on notoriously tenacious artery-clogging plaques. What kind of drug is that potent?
TiVo and BellSouth will be marketing jointly the television recording company's latest box and service package.
Scientists say they've extracted bone marrow from fossilized frogs and salamanders that died 10 million years ago in the swamps of northeastern Spain.
University of the Basque Country researchers in Spain say they believe methane storms are common on Saturn's moon Titan.
British scientists have used a mathematical model to show the coexistence of multiple infectious disease strains result from monogamous populations.
Intel Thursday unveiled its Core 2 line of processors, which are aimed at reducing energy consumption by personal computers.