It is a crisp fall day on Emory Knoll Farms as John Shepley stops at a raspberry bush, picks a few berries and pops them into his mouth on his walk to the greenhouses.
(PhysOrg.com) -- The well-publicized toy recalls of 2007 took potentially harmful toys off the shelves and affected the companies that made them.
(PhysOrg.com) -- Chemistry professor Harry Frank led an international group of researchers that identified the molecules in algae which direct the organisms to convert sunlight into oxygen. The findings may ultimately help ...
The Environmental Protection Agency said Tuesday that it will make a formal decision next year on whether to allow a 15 percent blend of ethanol in domestic gasoline, after initial tests showed that cars can run on the fuel.
Taiwan plans to invest more than 65 million US dollars in its competitive electronic-book sector over the next five years, the economic ministry's Industrial Development Bureau said.
A recent AFOSR-funded technology should enable the Air Force to achieve advances in object and target detection technology by using sophisticated algebraic theories called groups, rings and fields.
The largest fish kill in Illinois history -- expected to net 100 tons of fish including, hopefully, some Asian carp -- is to start Wednesday south of Chicago in an attempt to make sure none of the feared carp make it past ...
San Francisco and Amsterdam set an online stage for an environmental rivalry regarding which city is more nature-friendly.