(PhysOrg.com) -- The Northern District of Illinois, which consists primarily of the Chicago metropolitan area, is the most corrupt federal district in the country, and Illinois is the third most corrupt state, according to ...
Andrew McCarthy didn't know how to sew five weeks ago. But that didn't stop the University of Michigan graduate student in architecture from stitching up his own tent for a thesis project.
The recently released USDA Plant Zone Hardiness Map, updating the previous 26-year-old zone map, reflects rising mean temperatures throughout the country, including Maine, where gardeners must carefully consider possible ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- Teaching children mathematics at a young age may be as simple as helping them see how math is all around them.
Yulee, Florida. Not a place one usually thinks of as an Earthquake Epicenter.
Australians are eating themselves to death and our food choices are one of the nations leading causes of environmental damage, according to a new report released today by the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA).
New secret dispersion technologies that protect against data falsification without needing extra disc capacity
NEC Corporation announced today the development of secret dispersion technologies that safely and securely disperse and save confidential information, even in open environments such as cloud computing networks.
A University of Arizona study of pour-through and refrigerator water filtration devices and the chemicals they removed is scheduled for publication in the March issue of Good Housekeeping.
Newly awarded a 2012 Alfred P. Sloan Research Fellowship, Allan Sly, assistant professor of statistics, talks about his research into probability theory, his students and his own days as a UC Berkeley graduate student.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Craters appear well defined on icy Rhea in front of the hazy orb of the much larger moon Titan in this Cassini spacecraft view of these two Saturn moons.