At this very moment, there could be dinosaur bones beneath your feet. University of Alberta paleontologist Dr. Phil Currie has proof of it - in the form of a dinosaur bone yard in southwest Edmonton.
Australian researchers have taken X-ray technology to a new level, developing and using high-powered microscopes to see inside objects and capture high-resolution images of their subsurface structures.
New economic data from the University of Maine give hope to cities across the country trying to gain a foothold in the creative economy.
Acoustic testing of Jules Verne, the first Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV), has successfully been completed at ESA's test facilities in Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Researchers at the University of Arkansas have found a way to create switching in nanoscale materials, opening the path to using these new properties for memory devices, nanomotors, nanoswitches or nanosensors.
ESO's VLT (Very Large Telescope) has helped scientists to discover a large primordial 'blob', more than 10 billion light-years away. The most likely scenario to account for its existence and properties is that ...
Biodiesel fuel, a renewable energy source, is beginning to integrate into the U.S. farming and trucking industries, the San Francisco Chronicle says.
India's barrage into the global service sector continues to extend, most recently to include an offering of media-based services.
The annual rate of PC hardware failure is down, but manufacturers can do better, technology analysis firm Gartner found in a study released over the weekend.
Pedestrians in a section of the nation's capital may notice a new bounce in their step as Washington experiments with rubber sidewalks.
Approximately 1,000 families in Seoul will use remote-controlled robots to perform household chores this fall, the Korea Times reports.
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