Kodak hopes to use its expertise in film making to produce flexible solar cells.
But the fight will continue as supporters try to amend the two pieces of legislation.
The wheels of fate that led the photography company into Chapter 11 began spinning in 1975.
A simple mathematical model of the way cultures spread reproduces some aspects of European history, say complexity scientists
Obama has denied permission to build a pipeline that would have stretched from Canada to Texas.
Old-line media companies have taken a hostage in the battle against modernity: the Internet
Microelectromechanical devices could soon be remotely controlled using light thanks to a proof-of-concept experiment demonstrating "photoelectrowetting."
Press on something, and it presses back.
Physicists predict that metamaterials ought to generate an entirely new kind of force that can be turned on and off with the flick of a switch
The search giant is accused of accessing a startup's database and trying to poach its customers.