HONG KONG (Reuters) - U.S. Commerce Secretary Gary Locke urged China on Sunday to remain open to U.S. and other foreign technology as it ramps up investment in clean energy to fight global warming and secure its economy.
At 30 years old, male testosterone levels drop by one to two percent annually. By age 40, men's quality of sleep begins to diminish. Could there be a link between decreased testosterone and reduced sleep?
GALLIANO, La./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - BP Plc struggled on Saturday to get its latest effort to contain the massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill to work as the Obama administration demanded the British energy giant clarify its intentions on paying for damage caused by the accident.
PORT FOURCHON, Louisiana (Reuters) - Pressing ahead after another setback, British energy giant BP said it hoped to complete its latest effort to contain the huge Gulf of Mexico oil spill late on Saturday, while the company's chief executive appeared to dismiss the disaster as "tiny."
While the US and other world leaders consider options for offsetting carbon emissions, it is important to take into account the role forests play in the global carbon cycle, say scientists in a new research paper. Currently, the carbon stored in forests and harvested wood products offsets...
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Windows 7 rollouts and increased M&A are two good catalysts for app consolidation.
HOUSTON (Reuters) - Shares of companies like BP Plc involved in the well-blowout in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico have taken a big hit in recent days, but now other firms that make a living in those waters are starting to feel financial pain from the massive oil spill.
WASHINGTON/PORT FOURCHON, Louisiana (Reuters) - President Barack Obama on Friday slammed the companies involved in a massive Gulf of Mexico oil spill as BP Plc readied a siphoning system to contain a growing environmental disaster.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar improperly approved offshore oil operations in the Gulf of Mexico without regard to possible harm to marine mammals, an environmental group said Friday in a legal notice.
( The Kavli Foundation ) The World Science Festival (New York) launches its first full day with the announcement of the 2010 Kavli Prize laureates. This event will feature a live simulcast of the announcements by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters from Oslo, Norway, a...
Airbus parent company said first quarter net profit fell 39 percent as its plane maker unit struggled with 'challenges' of producing its...
( Association for Molecular Pathology ) In response to recent announcements about consumer genetic tests being made available in retail drugstores, the Association for Molecular Pathology today reiterated its position that these tests should be provided to the public only through the...
About 3,500 workers at the Brazilian subsidiary of French carmaker Renault have walked off the job to demand increased profit-sharing.