Three young scientists in the University of York’s Department of Chemistry have developed a gel that could spare cancer patients some of the unpleasant and dangerous side-effects of radiotherapy. PhD students Andrew Wilson ...
A recent study argues the underlying cause of many regional wars and the type of peace that follows results from a state-to-nation imbalance.
They may be considered the sweatshop laborers of the information age in the developed world, but call-center and help-desk workers are considered to be professional elites in India.
As violence continues to rage in the suburbs of Paris, tension runs high between the rioting immigrant youths and the French authorities. But while public opinion may be divided on whether resorting to violence will finally ...
A survey by a cybersecurity firm has found an erosion of confidence in online banking among U.S. consumers.
Two Kansas State University sociology graduate students have found placing juvenile offenders in a non-traditional probation program reduces recidivism.
The Irish government is being chastised for a supposed lack of leadership that has curbed growth in the country's broadband sector.
Sprint Nextel said Tuesday its latest high-speed wireless service will be available to about 150 million people by early 2006.
Scientists concerned by bottlenose dolphin deaths in the Gulf of Mexico have reportedly asked for the marine mammal equivalent of a disaster declaration.
IBM has a new networked storage system designed for midrange customers that operate modest distributed networks across remote locations.