Using advanced brain sensor technology developed at the University of Oregon, researchers have confirmed often-debated findings from 1992 that showed infants as young as six months know when an arithmetic solution is wrong.
The Bush administration is putting the final touches on a plan designed to increase the quality of medical care and stem the rate of inflation for health care.
European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Reiter has set a record for the number of days spent in space by a European astronaut.
U.S. scientists have determined prenatal health has a significant influence on a person's lifetime economic success.
NASA says it is about to embark on a series of space flights as difficult as any in history in order to complete the International Space Station.
Korean scientists say they have created a new substance that can convert inexpensive intermediate crude oil into gasoline.
A Scottish company launched a new system Sunday that will enable employers to track workers' movements through their mobile phones. The tech firm Trisent, based in Dunfermline near Edinburgh, has aimed the system at the business ...
The architecture that pervades biological networks gives them an evolutionary edge by allowing them to evolve to perform new functions more rapidly than an alternative network design, according to computer simulations conducted ...
A University of Washington researcher has devised a way to use the fossil teeth of ancient bison as a tool to reconstruct historic climate and vegetation changes in America's breadbasket, the Great Plains.