There's no doubt that laughter feels good, but is there real neurophysiology behind it and what can you do about it? In a paper being presented in an American Physiological Society session at Experimental Biology 2006, Lee ...
Corals don't only occur in warm, sun-drenched, tropical seas; some species are found at depths of three miles or more in cold, dark waters throughout the world's oceans. Some cold-water coral reefs are home to more than 1,300 ...
Carbon nanotubes have successfully been made into a variety of nanoscale circuit components, including transistors, inverters, and switches. Now, a pair of scientists has made a rough, yet promising, flash memory device out ...
Seven years after Massachusetts passed the nation's toughest mercury emission incinerator laws, mercury found in some freshwater fish is down 32 percent.
Some India telecoms were reportedly miffed Monday over the way the Department of Telecommunications drafted its plan for the allocation of new spectrum.
Amazon.com is showing exclusive video footage from Bruce Springsteen's latest album for one week.
Ericsson will build up the third-generation mobile network for Vodafone in the Czech Republic.
Two British doctors who conducted a controversial experiment involving premature babies at University Hospital in North Staffordshire are being praised.
Slobs and housework-haters rejoice: If one company has its way, in the near future there will be robots to set the dinner table, clear it after dinner, shovel snow and mop the floor.
Purdue University scientists at West Lafayette, Ind., are using Ossabaw pigs in a study concerning human infertility, diabetes and cardiovascular diseases.