The Gulf disaster is certain to cost BP billions, but it won't break the bank — the company made more than $6 billion in the first three months of this year.
Frustrated by their inability to get compensation in China, four parents whose children were poisoned in the country's tainted milk scandal on Tuesday took their cases to the western-style courts of Hong Kong.
A former kosher slaughterhouse owner allowed teenagers to use meat grinders and exposed children to dangerous chemicals.
More than 40 over-the-counter infant's and children's liquid medications are being recalled in the U.S. and 11 other countries because they don't meet quality standards.
Allegro Industries plans to spend nearly $4.5 million on a plant in Pickens, S.C., that will employ 45 people.
For the 17th consecutive year since the program began, Eastman Chemical Company earned energy efficiency awards from the American Chemistry Council (ACC).
( Schepens Eye Research Institute ) Dr. Eli Peli, a senior scientist at Schepens Eye Research Institute, has been selected by the Society for Information Display for the Otto Schade Prize. Peli will receive the award at a special presentation at the Society's Awards Banquet on May...
LONDON (Reuters) - European carbon prices fell back from a new 17-month high on Tuesday, following 17 month highs, as some traders considered the market had raced too high.
BP Plc sought to stem the damage from a giant oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico with technology, welding torches and money on Tuesday as crude kept spewing from an offshore oil well.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Vans and light trucks should be fitted with mandatory speed limiters in the European Union to prevent them exceeding 120 km per hour and improve their fuel efficiency, according to an EU report.
( Wiley-Blackwell ) Women taking non-oral and oral hormonal contraceptives were at highest risk of female sexual dysfunction (FSD), according to a study of female German medical students published today in The Journal of Sexual Medicine. Interestingly, women taking non-hormonal...
Limiting global warming: Variety of efforts needed ranging from 'Herculean' to the readily actionable, scientists sayMay 3, 2010 8:24 pm | by Science Daily | Comments
Major greenhouse gas-emitting countries agreed in December climate talks held in Copenhagen that substantial action is required to limit the increase of global average temperature to less than 2 degrees C (3.6 degrees F). Climate researchers have identified three avenues by which those...
Biologists have been able to change the brain of a developing fish embryo to resemble that of another species.
( American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists ) This event will feature a review of pre-clinical tools, test systems, and relevant documented therapeutic-protein-drug interactions. Case studies, study designs, and acceptance criteria for certain interactions in clinical studies...
VENICE, Louisiana (Reuters) - Energy giant BP Plc indicated some progress on Monday toward capping the underwater well that ruptured in the Gulf of Mexico almost two weeks ago, pushing a giant oil slick toward the U.S. Gulf Coast.