Researchers develop outline that may help weigh benefits of new imaging technologies
A new article in the February issue of the Journal of the American College of Radiology provides a roadmap for imaging manufacturers to navigate the unique and increasingly complex U.S. regulatory and reimbursement enviro ...
Iran tech expo sends defiant message to West
(AP) -- An Iranian supercomputer. New space rockets and satellites carrying the flag of the Islamic Republic. Biotech innovations that include artificial tendons.
Fixing the economy the scientific way
Here are two facts that might seem unrelated: (1) Most Americans cannot name a living scientist. (2) Over the last two years, by far the most pressing problems in the country have been the economy and the cost of health ...
Newly Formed PolymerPlus Emerges from Layered Polymers Research at CWRU
(PhysOrg.com) -- A spin-off venture with its roots in advanced polymers research at Case Western Reserve University has been established, aiming to commercialize polymer technology.
'Tunnel of truth' for air travelers is a long way off
Travelers and transportation screeners alike dream of a day when people will no longer have to spread their legs and lift their arms for intimate pat-downs or see-through body scanners.
Networks -- not size -- give cities competitive advantage
A city's size no longer is the key factor in building vibrant local economies, according to a study by a Michigan State University sociologist.
3-D printing coming in reach of consumers
It may sound like a prop from a sci-fi movie, or some garage inventor's holy grail: a device that converts a computer file into a three-dimensional physical object.
Japanese scientists invent printable lithium battery
Video conferencing allows companies to cut travel plans
Just a few years ago, Advanced Micro Devices executive Linda Starr racked up a million air miles a year in business travel. Now she logs a mere 100,000 miles per year, thanks to sophisticated video conferencing technology.
Researchers closer to the ultimate green 'fridge magnet'
(PhysOrg.com) -- Scientists are a step closer to making environmentally-friendly 'magnetic' refrigerators and air conditioning systems a reality, thanks to new research published today in Advanced Materials.
New high-energy cathode material can significantly increase safety, life of lithium batteries
(PhysOrg.com) -- A new high-energy cathode material that can greatly increase the safety and extend the life-span of future lithium batteries has been developed through the close international collaboration of researchers ...
Barack Obama Announces Another $1.2 billion for Energy R&D
Half in US see another country emerging as world's technological leader
Half of all Americans expect another country to emerge this century as the world's leader in addressing technological challenges that range from the economy to global warming, according to a survey of U.S. public opinion ...
Animal eggs not suitable substitutes to produce stem cells
Since the cloning of Dolly the Sheep over a decade ago, somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT) has been considered a promising way to generate human, patient-specific stem cells for therapeutic applications. The shortage of ...