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German research shows promise for fighting HIV on a new front.
A programming error in June of 2006 caused the loss of a Mars orbiter in November.
The replenishment of the sea ice is critical to maintaining a stable covering of ice during the Arctic summer season.
A new approach may lower the cost of drug manufacture.
SciTech Watch looks at a web site making the activities of the Congress visible to anyone with a web browser.
Join us this week on SciTech Watch as we explore the science and technology behind racing in Indianapolis Racing League (IRL).
This week's SciTech Watch takes a look at the new Venus space probe that has arrived at its destination.
Join us this week as SciTech Watch explores the world of Regenesis, the Finest SciFi TV You've Never Seen.
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This week we take a look at new research on lactic acid’s role in metabolism and exercise.
What can nanotechnology do now and what promise and peril might it hold for our future?
If you use electronic mail and/or have any of the free email accounts, you have probably encountered spam.
The term Web 2.0 shows up a lot in the press when discussing some Internet web sites.
RFID is showing up a lot in the news lately, especially in terms of security risks and privacy invasion.
What if a different greenhouse gas is responsible for the rise in earth's temperature? Vladimir Shaidurov may have the answer.
Streaming Sirius Satellite music channels over the Internet - is it worth the effort?
NASA’s latest unmanned Mars probe, the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) is nearing its destination.
In all the debate surrounding various moral, scientific, and political issues, one of the most abused words is theory.
Anyone who has put gasoline in his or her car or filled up a fuel oil tank over the last six months is painfully aware of what has happened to the price petroleum-based products.