Federal officials, worried migrating birds might bring bird flu to North America, reportedly plan to significantly increase testing of wild birds.
Scientist Luna Leopold died Feb. 23 at his Berkeley, Calif., home at the age of 90, the Los Angeles Times reported Wednesday.
Talking about connectivity on-the-go and being concerned about storage capacity is no longer a sign of being a geek, but rather very much part of everyday life for many people. Yet as the number of Internet users rises and ...
With more than 10 million potential subscribers of third-generation mobile phones at the ready, China seems ready to continue shaping its role as a powerful force in the adoption of new technologies and innovations.
The University of Chicago, which manages the Argonne National Laboratory for the federal government, has been charged with nuclear safety violations.
A Gallup Poll released Wednesday suggests about 53 percent of Americans rejects the theory of evolution as the explanation for the origin of humans.
Chicago's Field Museum chief says teaching "intelligent design" in science classes threatens America's position as a technological leader.
Verizon will be marketing its television service aggressively to residents in apartments and condominiums.
Tohoku University scientists in Japan say they've discovered cockroaches have conditioned responses, just like Pavlov's drooling dogs.
Implementing a plan to keep rising carbon dioxide levels from reaching potentially dangerous levels could cost less than 1 percent of gross world product as of 2050, a cost that is well within reach of developed and developing ...