BOSTON (Reuters) - Two Harvard teaching hospitals and a prominent Alzheimer's disease researcher accused of using falsified data to obtain a government research grant are set to stand trial after a federal
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With melting sea ice opening up previously inaccessible parts of the Arctic Ocean, the fishing industry sees a potential bonanza. But some scientists and government officials have begun calling for a moratorium on fishing in the region until the true state of the Arctic fishery is assessed.
Half a dozen leaders of South Korea's largest Buddhist order have been forced to resign amid a scandal in which monks were caught on video drinking, smoking and playing poker for high
Technology to communicate car-to-car and car-to-road is gaining traction, acceptance.
Microsoft's Bing search engine is heading in a new direction as it drills deeper into Facebook's social network and Twitter's messaging service to showcase information unlikely to be found on Google.
After two years of trials and research, the UK’s largest ever man-made wildflower meadows were sown this week to flower gold around the Olympic Stadium in 77 days’ time.
There is one voice rarely heard in the screaming debate about the role of high-stakes tests in education: that of students. Here’s a student-produced video that tells how students are affected by having to take the FCAT, Florida’s standardized testing system.
A group of activists and companies is staging a one-day forum on innovations in recycled plastics, alongside the upcoming Rio+20 Summit.
The world's top four accounting firms will have to bring in Chinese citizens to run their operations in China and end the dominance of foreign partners under new rules announced by
During high school the parents of teenagers' friends can have as much effect on the teens' substance use as their own parents, according to prevention researchers.