The company is using its supercomputing prowess to augment experiments at the University of Edinburgh investigating the HIV infection process.
The controversial approach could help overcome a major hurdle in stem cell research.
The projection that U.S. farmers will grow less corn this year is bad news for ethanol producers.
Typewriters may be meeting their end, but I predict that society will once again yearn for their imperfect and unique imprint.
The findings highlight the role that rare duplications and deletions play in disease.
As teachers converge, One Laptop per Child takes a big leap from pilot program to large-scale national execution.
The companies are providing millions of dollars to bolster practical parallel-computing research.
Oppressive regimes' fear of user-generated content is the strongest evidence around for the value of such sites.
A new device translates your thoughts into speech so that you can have a cell-phone conversation without uttering a word.
One Laptop per Child's former CTO drops in on the Andean nation's big laptop deployment.