(AP)—A new government study says live Asian carp don't have to be present for their DNA to turn up in the environment.
(AP)—A United Nations rights investigator said Monday that Japan hasn't done enough to protect the health of residents and workers affected by the Fukushima nuclear accident.
Some called it "witchcraft." Others just watched in awe as their scanned fingerprints were used to pull up their records on a computer.
(AP)—Jamaica's education minister plans to use computers to offer long-distance math and literacy courses to students who live in remote parts of the island.
Around six percent of the US population, or 19 million people, lack access to high-speed Internet even though deployment has improved in recent years, a government study said Tuesday.
Thousands of crustaceans were found dead off the coast of Lima following the mystery mass death of dolphins and pelicans, the Peruvian Navy said Friday.
More than a quarter of the nation's high-tech manufacturing jobs were lost in the past decade, according to a new government study.
More than 60 percent of deforested areas of the Brazilian Amazon forest are used for grazing cattle, while only five percent is used for agriculture, a new government study said.
(PhysOrg.com) -- While an Aug. 3 government study shows women still lag behind men in high-tech educations and careers, the Office of Naval Research (ONR) has been working to narrow that gap within the Department of the Navy.
(AP) -- Too many doctors are testing the wrong women, or using the wrong test, for a virus that causes cervical cancer.