A revolutionary dissolvable scaffold for growing new areas of skin could provide a safer, more effective way of treating burns, diabetic ulcers and similar injuries.
The denizens of America's rural trailer parks have heard all the snide comments about their homes – and they have been labeled everything from "trailer trash" to "tornado magnets" – but beneath that ridicule lie acute ...
South Korea plans to launch a communications satellite in August that will be used by both the military and civilian sectors.
The German government may reportedly trigger a European "climate crisis" by enacting extremely limited carbon emission rules.
U.S. cars and pickup trucks are reportedly responsible for nearly half of the world's greenhouse gases emitted by such vehicles.
British doctors are being advised not to prescribe beta-blockers and to ease most current users off them and onto new treatment for high blood pressure.
Technology is key in ensuring the trust and confidence of a stock exchange, a research group said Wednesday.
Life is not easy, even for galaxies. Some indeed get so close to their neighbours that they get rather distorted. But such encounters between galaxies have another effect: they spawn new generations of stars, some of which ...
“Look both ways for cars before you cross the street.” That’s one of the most important warnings American children hear when they’re old enough to walk alone. That’s because we live in a culture in which cars, trucks ...
Contrary to popular opinion, beer is as healthy—if not more healthy—than wine, according to a university professor with an academic title any Joe Six-pack would relish.