A team of U.S. scientists says it has used a plant virus to construct a memory device.
The California Institute for Regenerative Medicine has decided how to spend the $3 billion approved by the U.S. state's voters for stem cell research.
A French scientific team says it has developed the first nanoSQUID -- or superconducting quantum interference device -- for measuring magnetic fields.
A Harvard School of Public Health study has found that children at Massachusetts's middle schools buy soda more often than other items from vending machines.
Canadian researchers say they found sperm banks are unpopular, even with cancer patients facing treatments that might make them infertile.
The Canadian government has a perplexing problem: how to deal with environmentally polluting emissions from its highly profitable Alberta oil fields.
The European Space Agency says a new date has been set for the launch of MetOp, designed to become Europe's first polar-orbiting satellite.
Politicians across the United States will be watching Missouri voters next month to see how they vote on a referendum supporting stem cell research.
NASA is extending a contract with ATK Thiokol of Brigham City, Utah, to continue developing the first stage for the Ares I crew launch vehicle.
U.S. customs agents will stop seizing medications ordered by mail from Canada, a report says.
Scientists said they were unsure whether an earthquake centered at New Zealand's Mount Ruapehu volcano caused an eruption.
Taiwanese officials say they've found excessive levels of sulfur dioxide in some bamboo products, including disposable chopsticks and skewers.