Scientists at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo., say global warming will produce more intense precipitation around the world.
The Washington-based National Academies, the nation's leading science advisory group, is warning the United States may lose its global lead in science.
U.S. climatologists at Columbia University in New York say international climate data indicate 2005 may become the hottest year on record.
A Florida State University researcher is leading an effort to expand MorphBank -- a method for scientists to store, share and study plant or animal images.
New evidence from climate records of the past provides some of the strongest indications yet of a direct link between tropical warmth and higher greenhouse gas levels, say scientists at the University of California, Santa ...
University of Michigan technology more closely mirroring natural fertilization process is showing promise as a new method of in-vitro fertilization.
A University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign study suggests no-till farming might reduce the effects of global warming.
Australia will likely turn to panels of bankers to manage the government's divestiture of its $20 billion stake in telecom giant Telstra.
The European Space Agency's Venus Express spacecraft was attached to a Soyuz-Fregat upper-stage rocket this week in preparation for an Oct. 26 launch.
Samsung Electronics announced that it has completed development of the world-first 512-Megabit (Mb) DDR2 SDRAM using 70-nanometer process, the smallest process technology yet applied to a DRAM device.