An alumnus and a professor from the University of Pittsburgh have chiseled away at the notorious impersonal nature of electronic communication by developing software that allows individuals to better express their emotions ...
Learning to design computers so that personal and security information can be protected from theft or abuse is the goal of Virginia Tech College of Engineering researcher Patrick Schaumont, who has received a National Science ...
Dr. Yueh-Lin (Lynn) Loo at The University of Texas at Austin has modified a plastic so its ability to carry an electrical current can be altered during manufacturing to meet the needs of future electronic devices.
A Florida State University anthropologist has new evidence that ancient farmers in Mexico were cultivating an early form of maize, the forerunner of modern corn, about 7,300 years ago - 1,200 years earlier than scholars previously ...
Australian scientists are pushing ahead with plans to store thousands of tons of carbon dioxide in an underground reservoir.
The latest version of ClearCube's Sentral management software will support VMware's ESX3 Server and Server virtualization software, as well as Vista.
Intel is targeting high-end PC users and gamers with a new quad-core processor. The latest chip is aimed at gamers, design professionals and enthusiasts looking for high-performance hardware.
Female stem cells derived from muscle have a greater ability to regenerate skeletal muscle tissue than male cells, according to a study at Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC.
Plants that make ethanol may be able to run with fewer environmental rules and less pollution control equipment, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
Alaska's sea otters are in peril after a cold winter on the Alaskan Peninsula has frozen them out of their bay habitat.
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