The software maker said on Monday it is buying a unit of drug giant Merck to help its Amalga Life Sciences product.
It sounds like an Astroturf campaign for the upcoming computers-gone-bad movie "Terminator: Salvation," but in fact New Scientist magazine is being completely serious when it asks if the Internet itself could soon become "self-aware."
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Many labeled Ballard, 78, as a science fiction author. But if his was science fiction, it was the science fiction that was present day rather than in some imagined future.
Boston College grad student questions the grounds of a warrant that allowed police to search his dorm room and seize his computers, iPod, cell phone, and other devices.
Chipmaker has announced the winners of the pre-college Intel Science Talent Search 2009.
Democrats charged during the Bush administration that science research became politicized. Obama's presidential memorandum signed this week promises to avoid that pitfall. Will it work?
Use chemistry and physics in a can to keep opened wine bottles fresh for weeks.
Oxford eggheads have built a Web site they say can save you money, by analysing your online bills using mathematical mojo
The University of Utah is starting to offer a range of Mac OS X courses, suggesting that the Apple operating system is hitting the enterprise mainstream.