Scientists discovered that silver-based nanoparticles can be replaced with non-harmful nanoparticles based on an organic polymer called lignin
Undergraduate students at London’s Royal College of Art, Fabio Hendry and Seongil Choi, developed a simple method for hardening the nylon powder into solid objects.
Rick Guidotti put aside his career as a fashion photographer to turn his lens to people living with genetic, physical and behavioral differences.
The company VNTANA from the Spanish word for “window,” is one of many tech start-ups near Los Angeles.
As job reports go, July turned in a solid performance – with white collar jobs in retail, business services and health care leading the way.
The death in Norway last month of Zimbabwe writer and activist Chenjerai Hove rocked the African literary world.
The White House has received close to 150,000 signatures by Americans demanding that the U.S. dentist who killed a popular lion in Zimbabwe be extradited there for trial.
The latest issue of New York magazine features 35 women who say they were drugged and raped by film and television celebrity Bill Cosby.
In the mid-1960s the times they were indeed a-changin’. One of the places those changes were being felt was the world of folk music, says rock historian Elijah Wald.
A renewed call for a cure was made at the International AIDS Society Conference on Pathogenesis, Prevention and Treatment in Vancouver, Canada.
More than 550 people are killed each year, on average, in accidents involving small, mostly single-engine airplanes, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation.
One hundred fifty-five thousand migrants have arrived in Greece this year – almost half by sea.