Scottish scientists say a South American butterfly species was created from two different butterflies in an evolutionary process thought impossible.
While outside attacks are still a primary concern for security officers, internal network security is becoming more of a concern, according to a study by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu.
In a new report, the UC Davis authors of the most sophisticated analysis of California's water management system say the system should be able to adapt to a warmer climate and a larger population, albeit at a significant ...
Some of the biggest names in wireless communications launched an effort Thursday to develop a mobile software platform based on Linux.
Eighteen middle school and high school U.S. science teachers will soon depart for Alaska for a Mars exploration and polar science research experience.
Despite all the destruction of forests, pollution, overpopulation, and overfishing, Edward O. Wilson is optimistic about the future of life on Earth. Science, prudent actions, and moral courage are showing some signs of making ...
The world's largest airborne astronomical observatory has passed a technical and programmatic review that could potentially lead to the continuation of the mission.
Amidst the political firestorm generated by revealed wiretapping of domestic phone calls, the National Security Agency has recently been revealed to be funding research to ramp up data-mining efforts to encompass social-networking ...
The European Commission Thursday urged German telecom regulators to set price controls on Germany's dominant telco, Deutsche Telekom.
Samsung Electronics America announced today that the industry's first Blu-ray disc player has been shipped to retailers in the U.S. market for availability on June 25th.