There were more than 111 million Internet users in China by the end of 2005 according to data released Tuesday by the agency monitoring the industry's development.
Until a few weeks ago, Takafumi Horie was the darling of the Japanese media, personifying a new Japan full of confident, youthful vigor who challenged the old establishment. For the younger generation, he personified a can-do ...
Scientists at the Johnson Space Center in Houston were excited and awed Tuesday by what they saw when the sample-return canister from the Stardust spacecraft was opened.
New view attained of electronic orbitals of separating molecules Imagine you are standing, John Wayne style, on the backs of two runaway horses pulling a stagecoach. You try to bring the horses to a stop but instead the ...
By tracing the 30-million year history of variation in a gene found in plants such as tomatoes and tobacco, biologists at the University of California, San Diego have found new evidence to support an old idea — that some ...
U.S. policy in the Middle East is driven by baseless fears that an "oil weapon" can cut off our fuel supply, a Johns Hopkins researcher has concluded.
A Utah Senate committee has split along party lines, saying evolution should be taught in the state's public schools -- but with a disclaimer.
A California school district has reportedly decided to stop offering an elective course that includes discussion of religion-based alternatives to evolution.
A University of Georgia anthropologist is urging more attention be paid to the social science aspects of long-term ecological studies.
An increasing number of mobile users are using their cell phones for more than talking, a survey by Sprint found Wednesday.