Sensitive information is accessible on discarded machines because we have no means of securely deleting it.
Prominent cancer experts are calling the NIH’s $1.5 billion project to map all mutations in cancer tumors a waste of time and money; not so, say proponents.
In a new take on teleconferencing technologies, a rotating display holds forth at the weekly meeting.
So far, clinical studies have produced mixed results, but a new set of trials aim to sort out the best approaches to therapy.
New textiles tap polymer science to both trap and kill toxins – all while wicking away sweat.
Research is under way to make a brain chip capable of triggering muscle movement.
The good news: America’s science literacy rate is up from a pathetic 10 percent in 1988. The bad news: it’s still only 28 percent.
Apparently it almost did, according to an article published a few days ago in the Sunday Times (London).