Global IP Telecommunications Wednesday launched software for local area networks it touted as paving the way for expanded broadband services.
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A group of scientists is criticizing the news media for its reporting on the scientific validity of research into human somatic cell nuclear transfer.
Officials of a gray wolf reintroduction program in New Mexico and Arizona are reportedly considering allowing ranchers to kill problem wolves.
Colorado's top air pollution official wants the state Air Quality Control Commission to consider eliminating Denver's 10-year-old tailpipe testing program.
From infomercials to product placements in soap operas, being pitched products while watching a television program is only to be expected among U.S. viewers.
An increasing number of U.S. cities are reportedly eliminating the need to separate paper from cans and bottles in favor of single-bin recycling.
The U.S. government is starting one of the largest genetic research projects in history: the categorization of all genes involved in cancer.
A University of California, Berkeley, study of methane-producing bacteria frozen at the bottom of Greenland's two-mile thick ice sheet could help guide scientists searching for similar bacterial life on Mars.
Astronomers at the University of Hertfordshire have helped to solve one of the longest standing puzzles in astrophysics— the nature of the enormous explosions known as short-duration gamma ray bursts (GRBs).