(PhysOrg.com) -- Weill Cornell's Scott Blanchard has developed technology that can observe drug activity in a solitary molecule while in motion. The development may lead to newer, safer drug therapies.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Several Midwestern states could be facing increased winter and spring flooding, as well as difficult growing conditions on farms, if average temperatures rise, according to a Purdue University researcher.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Well before the Socceroos travel to the 2010 FIFA World Cup in June, another Australian team hopes to be kicking goals for its country at an international football tournament with a difference.
(PhysOrg.com) -- A team of researchers at MIT and Pennsylvania State University has been developing a new method for producing novel kinds of membranes that could have improved properties for batteries, fuel cells and other ...
(PhysOrg.com) -- The most prominent asteroid in the sky is currently yours for the perusing with binoculars -- and perhaps even the naked eye.
Submarines and fighter jets are playing their part in the quest for Winter Olympics gold as competitors search for that crucial, extra edge.
Smartphones are under a growing menace from cyber-criminals seeking to hack into web-connected handsets, but the mobile industry has contained the threat so far, security experts said.
(AP) -- It turns out Egypt's beloved boy-king wasn't so golden after all - or much of a wild and crazy guy, for that matter. But will research showing King Tut was actually a hobbled, weak teen with a cleft palate and club ...