Yale researchers have found that for some people, the expensive cancer medications called "smart drugs" might not be so smart after all.
A new study says teens that drink alcohol spend more time on their computers than their peers who don’t drink.
A Swiss researcher has developed a new apple that is resistant to disease, appealing to the palate, and easy to grow, all without using genetic modification.
A new study suggests that our brains have a built-in mechanism that causes an automatic reaction when we deal with someone who refuses to share.
Artists and engineers have joined forces to show that digital technology can be both romantic and practical.
Science blogger Keith Cowing though that using the Presidential Seal in an innocent blog post was no big deal. He was wrong.
Scientists have made biodegradable polymers that can self-assemble into nanofiber spheres. They are injected into wounds to help cells form new tissue.
Most people fancy outdoor adventure - but that is often before they are subjected to some of the world’s most remote and harsh environments.
When you think of the Boy Scouts you usually think of outdoors activities. But now scouts will have robotics as an activity.
Worms and fish may be the key to helping people with injured nervous systems.
Engineers have developed a device that can detect single cancer cells in a blood sample.
Mice that are low on the totem pole have a tough life. It turns out that bullying has some measurable effects on the brain chemistry of mice.
Scientists are developing a new intelligence test that can be taken by any living creature. It will allow for comparison of intelligence between humans and animals.
The path to combining man with machine into a real cyborg may be a little bit clearer thanks to new scientific research.
Thanks to the nuclear disaster in Japan, blame is now being thrown at government officials via WikiLeaks cables.
If you’ve ever read the comments on a website then you know that most people lack the ability to argue well. Let’s be honest, some of the arguments you’ve read are probably really dumb.
An international team of scientists has overcome an obstacle that traditionally interfered with the engineering of quantum systems.
Georgia Tech Research Institute researchers are working on a new material to help cool the microelectronics in defense systems.
In the future you will always have the perfect meal with the right wine to go along with it. The power of Semantic Web technology will make this easier for sommeliers than ever before.
The Mini brand has attracted consumers for years because of its compact yet stylish cars, and their consistently high fuel efficiency. The latest model, set to debut at an upcoming auto show, hits both of those points even further than previous models.