Taiwanese scientists in search of DNA that may account for sports stars' prowess are building a genetic library of these athletes' saliva.
Smart phones have risks--but so do regular cell phones.
MIT scientists call on the U.S. government to spend half a billion dollars on projects to capture carbon dioxide from coal. Why think so small?
Sensitive information is accessible on discarded machines because we have no means of securely deleting it.
Microsoft is giving people something to talk about.
Prominent cancer experts are calling the NIH's $1.5 billion project to map all mutations in cancer tumors a waste of time and money; not so, say proponents.
Avoid the color red when you want to be the best you can be.
The media are partly to blame for Americans' lack of scientific literacy.
Brazil's minister of culture is changing how music and culture are distributed in the South American country.
Apparently it almost did, according to an article published a few days ago in the Sunday Times (London).