( University of Miami Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science ) A new $1.5 million NOAA-funded project, MARES will provide a comprehensive view of south Florida marine ecosystems. This will be the first study to include human dimensions science and deliver guidance for...
( Children's Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute ) A research team led by Dr. Khaled El Emam, the Canada Research Chair in Electronic Health Information at the CHEO Research Institute, evaluated the use of technology in Canadian clinical trials, and found that a...
A tall double fence topped with loops of lethal razor wire still surrounds key portions of Hanford's Plutonium Finishing Plant.
Eastman Chemical filed a lawsuit against Indorama companies located in the United States, Europe and Thailand in connection with their unauthorized use of IntegRexâ„¢ PET manufacturing technology.
An unlikely source of energy has emerged to meet international demands that the U.S. do more to fight global warming: It's cleaner than coal, cheaper than oil and a 90-year supply is under our feet.
Procter & Gamble Co. is recalling 700,000 packs of Vicks DayQuil capsules because they are not childproof.
Hawk Measurement's Sultan 234 acoustic wave level transmitters can be powered using loop power (2-wire), 3 wire or 4 wire source.
The No. 1018 three-zone belt conveyor oven from Grieve has 4” insulated walls and an aluminized steel exterior.
A federal jury Friday awarded more than $100 million to 10 workers who claimed they were injured in 2007 when a toxic substance was released at BP PLC's Texas City plant.
One of China's main nuclear power companies and the country's largest utility have launched a demonstration project that will use domestic technology based on knowhow first developed by Westinghouse.
Misumi USA, Inc. has released a new type of shock absorbing bumper, designed for use in a host of automated factory automation and motion control machinery and devices.
Coca-Cola (Japan) Co. said Thursday it will introduce PET bottles made using bioethanol next spring for the first time in Japan.
( Texas A&M University ) "T-rays" may make X-rays obsolete as a means of detecting bombs on terrorists or illegal drugs on traffickers, among other uses, contends a Texas A&M physicist who is helping lay the theoretical groundwork to make the concept a reality. In addition to being...
Close-up photographs of bizarre marine animals in one of the fastest-warming seas on Earth show the area is home to a huge diversity of life. The creatures include ice fish, octopus, sea pigs, giant sea spiders, rare rays and basket stars.
Lack of Resources, Strategic Plans and Internal Expertise Create Barriers to Lowering Energy Use and Utility Bills MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 17, 2009 â€“ Two-thirds of school districts responding to a new â€œSchool Energy and Environment Surveyâ€ from Honeywell (NYSE: HON) and Education Week Research...