( FECYT - Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology ) A team of Spanish researchers has made a high-speed recording of elves and sprites in storms, fleeting and luminous electric phenomena produced in the upper layers of the atmosphere. Their analysis of these observations has...
Trade deficit at highest level in 16 months as exports fell, a potentially worrisome sign that Europe's debt troubles are beginning to hurt U.S. manufacturers.
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and several other business executives want the U.S. to dramatically increase spending on clean energy innovation.
Labor Dept. said new claims for jobless benefits fell for third straight week and workers continuing to claim jobless benefits fell by largest amount in almost a year.
European Union's top energy official set what he calls the world's toughest standards for biofuels, demanding that producers meet strict environmental criteria.
South Korean company said due to projected heavy demand for advanced logic chips, it will invest $3.6...
Innovative Crop Insurance Policy Based on Agricultural Biotechnology Traits Becomes Available in 2011
( Elsevier ) The acquisition of Collexis accelerates Elsevier's ability to help researchers and decision-makers, establish, execute and evaluate research strategies and deliver higher ROI.
( Oxford University Press ) Through the Oxford Open initiative, launched in July 2005, Oxford University Press has experimented with open access models and has been carefully monitoring and sharing results. Today, over 90 Oxford journals are hybrid open access and six are fully open access.
A Republican-led measure coming to a vote in the Senate would stop the Environmental Protection Agency from carrying out rules to regulate carbon and other greenhouse gases under the Clean Air Act.
A jury decided that Hanover Compression L.P. — the company that engineered and built the plant — was grossly negligent and 90 percent responsible.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States continued on the path of producing more ethanol, the Energy Information Administration said on Wednesday in its first weekly production report on the alternative motor fuel.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Rising global temperatures might already be helping infectious diseases to creep north, according to a report by European scientists.
Large ocean predators like tuna, sharks and ocean sunfish use two different tactics to search for food depending on whether it's abundant or sparse, scientists have shown for the first time. When their prey is patchy, open-ocean predators make long swims followed by lots of smaller ones...
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Australia's wheat crop is expected to flourish and coffee cherries in Vietnam may receive much-needed rains after a brief yet severe dry spell as the La Nina weather phenomenon develops.