U.S. scientists say they are working on research that might lead to the first diagnostic test to guide the treatment of depression.
Norwegian archaeologists have found a Viking farmer buried with horse, sword, spear and shield near Trondheim.
Dutch scientists say people who pretend they can not remember something -- lie about the subject - and negatively affect their real memories.
A U.S. scientist studying physiological dynamics of day-to-day experiences say older adults who go to bed lonely have higher cortisol levels the next day.
Atlantic sturgeon from Canada are being transported to Germany for reintroduction into that nation's rivers.
A U.S. study suggests forest roads used for such activities as logging or mineral removal can negatively affect wildlife for long periods of time.
U.S. researchers are starting the second of several pending molecular medicine studies in patients using measles to kill cancer cells.
Many of the paperless computerized voting systems adopted in wake of the "hanging chad" presidential election controversy in 2000 have the potential to create more problems than they solve, according to an information security ...
Apple’s new iPod shuffle, the world’s smallest digital music player, will be available in stores this Friday, November 3. Nearly half the size of the original, the new iPod shuffle is just half a cubic inch in volume, ...
When lives are on the line amid the terrifying fog of war or the desperate chaos of a disaster, fundamental questions of information theory don't seem all that urgent. But a better understanding of how wireless networks operate ...