The dissociation in the visual system between two separate theoretical functions has been demonstrated for the first time by scientists in Jerusalem.
Hatchery-reared steelhead trout show increased growth of some parts of the brain when small stones are scattered on the bottom of their tank, according to a new study by researchers at UC Davis. The brains of those young ...
It's free and available worldwide, but Hotmail isn't known for its speedy access. What's more, if you're a dialup internet user, particularly in a developing country, the situation is worse. But the seemingly endless wait ...
A University of Calgary professor says he's designed a computerized unified selection process that promises to revolutionize the world of human resources.
Verizon Wireless will continue providing free cell phones to people in the Gulf Coast who were impacted by Hurricane Katrina for another three months.
Toronto Hydro will announce plans Tuesday to create a citywide wireless network in the Canadian city, it was reported Monday.
The video game industry lost more than $1.8 billion to global piracy through illegal copying, counterfeiting, and distributing in 2004. In latest issue of IBM Systems Journal researchers present two novel approaches for game ...
New York University and University of London scientists say they've found more evidence that mammals and fruit flies share a common genetic makeup.
The world's oldest remains of a seafaring ship have been found in caves at the edge of the Egyptian desert.
Liquid crystals, the same phase-shifting materials used to display information on cell phones, monitors and other electronic equipment, can also be used to report in real time on the differentiation of embryonic stem cells.