The Federal Communications Commission is examining ways consumers and wireless providers can avoid cell phone "bill shock" problems.
( University of Missouri-Columbia ) The National Institute of General Medical Sciences of the National Institutes of Health recently granted University of Missouri researchers $1.18 million to further develop and improve their protein prediction software system called MULTICOM. Using...
( Elsevier ) Elsevier and Universities Australia have reached a three-year agreement that will provide researchers in 39 Australian universities with access to Scopus, the company's flagship product and the world's largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature.
( Stevens Institute of Technology ) Stevens Institute of Technology was recently honored by the United States Distance Learning Association with the world's most prestigious award presented for excellence in distance learning.
( DOE/Brookhaven National Laboratory ) J.C. Seamus Davis, a senior physicist at the US Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and Director of DOE's Center for Emergent Superconductivity at Brookhaven Lab, has been elected to the National Academy of Sciences. He is...
Engineers say we must diversify the worldwide networks on which the internet depends to secure them against attacks and accidents
An experimental website has shown how website owners can accurately identify individuals from their activity on a social network
OTTAWA (Reuters) - Most of Canada's largest forestry companies announced a groundbreaking deal with environmental groups on Tuesday that will restrict logging in the country's vast northern forests.
Anheuser-Busch will install 3,000 solar panels at its Newark brewery. The company alraeady uses a bio-energy recovery system to turn the nutrients in wastewater into biogas.
Owners of the Kettle Falls generating station have trouble getting wood fiber at prices that produce affordable electricity.
World?s largest producer of nickel posted $2.6 billion profit last year -- largely due to a major cost-reduction program -- despite a 27 percent dip in revenue.
Brussels and Beijing are battling over an EU decision in December to extend trade charges on Chinese leather shoes by 15 months to protect European shoemakers.
General Motors said it will begin selling vans powered by compressed natural gas and liquefied petroleum gas to fleet and commercial customers starting later this year.
Obama administration is proposing a trust fund of more than $800 million to pay for the clean up of closed General Motors sites in 14 states.