One of the holiday's hottest presents is now considered contraband at many U.S. colleges.
Umbilical cord? These days, it's more like a USB cord.
Scientists working at Loughborough University, UK, and the University of Cordoba, Spain, have developed a new method for the rapid diagnosis of poisoning in apparently drunk patients.
The Romans are well known for introducing sanitation technology to Europe around 2,000 years ago, including public multi-seat latrines with washing facilities, sewerage systems, piped drinking water from aqueducts, and heated ...
Celebrated French marine explorer Jacques Cousteau's iconic ship the Calypso—out of commission after an accident 20 years ago—will sail again in a few months, its owners said Thursday.
The West Indian manatee, or sea cow, should no longer be considered an endangered species because its population has rebounded, particularly in Florida, US officials said Thursday.
The early universe was a chaotic mess of gas and matter that only began to coalesce into distinct galaxies hundreds of millions of years after the Big Bang. It would take several billion more years for such galaxies to assemble ...
Paris authorities have moved tens of thousands of fish to clean up the Canal Saint-Martin, a popular waterway commissioned by Napoleon that attracts hordes of tourists and revellers.
Managing your health care is moving increasingly to the palm of your hand—with new smartphone-enabled technology and wearable sensors that examine, diagnose and even treat many conditions and ailments.
French engineer Gabriel Della-Monica was at the gala Consumer Electronics Show with a smart showerhead created to stop precious water from going down the drain.