Why Good Things Happen to Good People

Rock-n-roll legend Billy Joel sang, “Only the Good Die Young”, but Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine bioethics professor Dr. Stephen Post, Ph.D., believes that the good live well.

Cassini Radar Images Sea, Islands and Mountains

On May 12, 2007, Cassini completed its 31st flyby of Saturn's moon Titan, which the team calls T30. The radar instrument obtained this image showing the coastline and numerous island groups of a portion of a large sea, consistent ...

Hynix joins IMEC's (sub-)32nm CMOS research platform

Hynix Semiconductor has entered into a strategic partnership with IMEC, Europe’s leading independent nanoelectronics research center, to perform research and development for the (sub)-32nm memory process generations.

Phishers can use social Web sites as bait to net victims

Internet sites such as MySpace and Facebook are popular ways for friends to stay in touch, but they also can be used by cyber sharks posing as "friends," enabling them to steal personal and financial information.

China joins space data disaster charter

China has become a member of the Space and Major Disasters Charter that provides satellite data to nations during natural or human origin disasters.

Academics explore a 200-year-old shipwreck

U.S. researchers are working to recover artifacts from a 200-year-old shipwreck, more than 4,000 feet beneath the surface of the Gulf of Mexico.

Britain looks at new nuclear plants

The British government says it will run out of power in the near future unless it increases its number of nuclear power plants in the country.

New insect species found in Thailand

A U.S. entomologist has discovered several new aquatic insect species in Thailand and some of the bugs pack quite a powerful bite.

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