Some seismologists are reportedly concerned a major earthquake occurring in the middle of the nation might devastate the U.S. Midwest.
A study of zoo lions across the United States suggests weather conditions are responsible for differences in manes, not just genetics.
A U.S. Environmental Protection Agency report said Wednesday toxic chemicals released into the environment decreased 4 percent from 2003 to 2004.
A North Dakota State University study suggests males with higher levels of testosterone sire more children, but have shorter life spans.
The best way to avoid becoming a fossil is to be small and live in deep, tropical waters. So say four paleontologists who have published a detailed, global study of clam preservation. Their work is intended to enhance evolutionary ...
Seamless Peer2Peer plans to unveil a new Web site for socializing by teenagers with greater security and user verification.
Microsoft will be sponsoring the World Cyber Games through to 2008. The games showcase some of the most cutting-edges video games in the industry, in addition to being the ground for gamers to flaunt their skills.
The European Science Foundation plans a computational science study is to help develop programs that support U.S. researchers.
SIRIUS Radio and Kia Motors announced Thursday that Kia will exclusively offer SIRIUS as factory standard equipment.
Creating close to real-life virtual reality (VR) experiences has proven to be costly and has had rather poor results. In response, a European research team has explored how exploiting visual and auditory illusions can possibly ...