British scientists have reportedly found a fossilized spider preserved in amber that suggests spiders have existed much longer than thought.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has launched an investigation into alleged patent infringement by the makers of the popular iPod.
From online "reality TV" to sporting blogs to fantasy soccer games, the Internet is emerging as the new way that FIFA World Cup 2006 fans are keeping in touch with the doings on -- and off -- the field this soccer season, ...
Officials in Illinois are reportedly uncertain what to do with the remains of 33 American Indians unearthed before such collections became illegal.
A federal judge in San Francisco says she finds it troubling that Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory plans to build a biodefense lab in the Bay Area.
Researchers at New York University have made chemical modifications to nanometer sized virus particles--a process that has the potential to improve magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. Their results are reported in ...
Virginia Commonwealth University engineers and scientists have developed a new material that may one day help patients with damaged arteries regenerate new ones.
Researchers at the University of Warwick's plant research arm Warwick HRI have received a £295,000 Darwin initiative grant to develop a butterfly farming industry in Guyana that will help support 5000 people in 16 rainforest ...
Research and development budget cuts by some U.S. companies are reportedly sparking fears the nation might become less competitive.
The Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue University on Monday, June 12 opened its $10 million Scifres Nanofabrication Laboratory to researchers.