(PhysOrg.com) -- In a lavish ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden, Professor Andre Geim and Professor Konstantin Novoselov were awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize in Physics.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Nanolithography, or surface patterning on a nanoscale, is critical for modern technology, but has been developed largely for patterning flat surfaces until recently. A team of University of Akron scientists ...
Facebook is challenging Google's supremacy on the Internet with a radically different approach to how people live, work, play and search online.
Who ever would have guessed that the business end of Dixon Ticonderoga No. 2 pencils would someday be the next big thing? John Jaszczak, perhaps.
Facebook, Twitter and a host of invite-only travel websites are fast becoming a key pipeline for well-heeled travellers as well as the budget-conscious to find hot deals and destinations.
Brazil on Sunday successfully launched a midsized unmanned rocket into space, with hundreds of kilograms (pounds) in cargo and experiments in tow, space officials here said.
IBM is helping cities worldwide get "smarter" about using resources in ways that are good for the Earth as well as local budgets.
Lonesome South Koreans who have trouble finding true love can now get video calls from a beautiful and cute girlfriend -- if they download a smartphone application.
(AP) -- Gawker Media Inc. is urging subscribers to change their passwords because someone has managed to hack into the company's user database.
The Egyptian vulture population of the Canary Islands was established following the arrival of the first human settlers who brought livestock to the islands. A genetic comparison of Iberian and Canarian birds, published in ...