British officials say hospitals are struggling to make sure elderly patients are fed properly.
A U.S. study suggests states not requiring motorcycle riders to wear helmets may be contributing to unnecessary deaths, hospitalizations and disabilities.
British scientists are studying how people interact with robots to determine what future machines should look like and how they should behave.
A group of Arkansas rice farmers has filed a state lawsuit against Bayer CropScience and Riceland Foods Inc., concerning genetically modified rice.
As U.S. students begin another school year, hundreds of sixth graders will be taking part in a wide-ranging diabetes study.
Melvin Schwartz, who shared the 1988 Nobel Prize in physics for creating the first high-energy neutrino beam, has died at his Twins Falls, Idaho, home at 73.
Scientists at Israel's Weizmann Institute say they've developed a method of water detection and measurement that's both rapid and accurate.
Starting this fall, scientists will have a new tool for peering into the materials that make up living systems at the Molecular Observatory for Structural Molecular Biology at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory ...
Fujitsu Limited today announced the new MHW2 BH series of hard disk drives for mobile PCs, its first 2.5" HDD offerings to incorporate advanced perpendicular magnetic recording (PMR) technology for enhanced storage capacity. ...
Gasoline, diesel, and turbine engines could soon burn cleaner or be more fuel efficient through the application of Plasma Assisted Combustion, a technology originated and developed at Los Alamos National Laboratory, and now ...