Researchers say a species of bat once near extinction may be thriving in two Tennessee caves.
Training and education of experienced IT professionals already established in the workforce is becoming a major concern, one certain to be on the consciousness of senior management at corporations all over the United States ...
University of Navarre scientists are developing a forklift truck simulator for training to minimize the risks involved in their use in the workplace.
Siemens has been selected to build a third-generation (3G) wireless network on Malta.
The Nanotechnology Foundation of Texas has awarded Rice University doctoral student Vinit Murthy its 2006 George Kozmetsky Award for Outstanding Graduate Research in Nanotechnology. The award includes a $5,000 prize.
British scientists at the University of York have launched a research project that aims to develop ways of making bones from blood.
Funding has been finalized for an enhancement of Ambient Corporation's pilot Broadband over Powerline (BPL) project in the New York suburbs.
The British government has issued a report warning of the effects of global warming, saying there's only a small chance of avoiding serious affects.
The mass starvation of seabirds along the U.S. west coast that is causing concern among environmental scientists.
Common wisdom among astronomers holds that most star systems in the Milky Way are multiple, consisting of two or more stars in orbit around each other. Common wisdom is wrong. A new study by Charles Lada of the Harvard-Smithsonian ...