Study examines the use of light in medical therapy

A study published in a special issue of Photochemistry and Photobiology examines the emerging practice of drug delivery systems which use the application of light to activate medications in the body.

A 'bionic nose' that knows

Both cancer cells and the chemicals used to make bombs can foil detection because they appear in trace amounts too small for conventional detection techniques. Tel Aviv University has developed the ultimate solution: a molecule ...

Hurricanes not likely to disrupt ocean carbon balance

(PhysOrg.com) -- Hurricanes are well known for the trail of damage and debris they can leave on land, but less known for the invisible trail left over the ocean by their gale-force winds — a trail of carbon dioxide.

Motorola Introduces Series of HSPA M2M Wireless Modules

Motorola, today introduced the H24, the latest addition to its Machine-to-Machine (M2M) solutions portfolio. The new HSPA wireless module was designed to meet the M2M industry’s growing need for high-speed 3.5G connectivity. ...

Expedition 19 Crew Docks with Space Station

Commander Gennady Padalka and Flight Engineer Michael Barratt of the 19th International Space Station crew docked their Soyuz TMA-14 to the International Space Station at 9:05 a.m. EDT Saturday.

TV documentaries take leap into digital world

TV documentaries are fast forwarding into the digital future to tap new sources of revenue, offering interactive and "360" packages to audiences increasingly getting their television fix online.

Skype comes to iPhones on Tuesday

Skype has confirmed that a free software application enabling iPhone owners to use its Internet telephone service will be available in Apple's online App Store beginning Tuesday.

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