(PhysOrg.com) -- Rogue waves, once considered nothing more than a sailors myth, are more predictable than ever thanks to new research from the oceanography team at Swinburne University of Technology.
Twitter, the San Francisco-based micro-blogging website, is to open an international office in Dublin, the Irish Industrial Development Agency announced -- in a tweet.
(PhysOrg.com) -- To stand a ribbon of graphene upright, it needs diamond on the soles of its shoes.
Asian economies are closing the gap on the West in terms of their IT competitiveness, a study showed Tuesday, as they strengthen copyright protection and implement regulatory reforms .
Purdue University scientists believe they have found an effective target for killing late-stage, metastatic prostate cancer cells.
University of Saskatchewan veterinary scientists and colleagues across Canada have recently carried out the worlds first successful embryo transfer in wood bison.
A team of researchers partnered with the NASA Lunar Science Institute (NLSI) has developed a new hypothesis for the origin of crater ejectadebris that is launched out of a crater during meteorite impacts.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Physicists at the King's College London have discovered a means of making glass more transparent - by coating it in a thin layer of gold.
Though economists have long suspected that developing countries struggle to emerge from poverty because they lack robust financial sectors, few economists have tried to determine just how this phenomenon occurs until ...
Heifers being prepared for breeding don't have to eat like pigs, stuffing themselves at all-you-can-eat feed bunks with unlimited refills, according to scientists at a Montana State University experiment station.