Human testing on a two potential vaccines against the H5N1 strain of bird flu has begun in Germany and Belgium, according to GlaxoSmithKline PLC.
Red tide has increased in the past 15 years, but some of the increase could be due to increased reporting, U.S. experts say.
The seagoing launch platform that will send the JCSAT-9 communications satellite into space next month was under way Friday.
Interior Secretary Gale A. Norton and Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns said for the first time since 1954, there is a net increase in U.S. wetlands.
Physicists at Harvard University, George Mason University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have discovered new quantum effects in ultracold gases that may lead to improved understanding of electrical ...
The new municipal wireless network in Tempe, Ariz., is apparently having trouble connecting users inside buildings.
Cutting-edge technology is making it easier for transportation directors to keep track of some school buses in New York. With the help of a global-positioning satellite (GPS) system installed in each of the school buses for ...
A variety of new and novel devices are changing the way consumers get their weather -- including such techno items as a weather-forecasting umbrella. The fusion of various objects and technology has sparked much consumer ...
A National Institute of Standards and Technology team is studying the feasibility of using radio frequency identification technology during emergencies.
A University of California-San Diego study has shown water to be mainly responsible for Argentine ant invasions.