Stretchable electronics may start appearing in the near future, after researchers created liquid metal structures on a 3D printer.
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Sergei Bobylyov once ran a successful chain of computer shops in Russia called Sunrise.
Scientists have proposed a radical new model for the make-up of the Earth's core.
Pine Island glacier (PIG), the longest and fastest flowing glacier in the Antarctic, has spawned a huge iceberg.
On Monday, Pakistan's long-awaited report into the death of Osama bin Laden in the city of Abbottabad two years ago was leaked in full to Al Jazeera.
Headlines this week about a federal judge’s ruling in an unpaid internship case are shining a light on the murky, confusing world of internships ...
Chancellor University, one of Northeast Ohio’s oldest colleges, has closed, school officials announced today without citing a reason
As scores of colleges rush to offer free online classes, the mania over massive open online courses may be slowing down. Even top proponents of MOOCs are acknowledging critical questions remain unanswered, and are urging further study.
The field of stable isotope analysis was once the realm of geologists and anthropologists.
Several thousand ultra-Orthodox protesters effectively blocked Jewish women activists campaigning for equal worship rights at the Western Wall from holding a monthly prayer session on Monday at the holy site.