• Insect
    Researchers at Case Western Reserve University found that an insect's internal chemicals can be converted to electricity, potentially providing power for sensors, recording devices, and controlling of the bug.
  • Jason Derulo
    American singer-songwriter and performer Jason Derulo fractured his neck while rehearsing for his upcoming tour, in which he was forced to cancel due to his serious neck injuries.
  • In speaking out against the Stop Online Piracy Act, SOPA, which will prevent access to United States subscribers to a foreign infringing site, allowing target sites to disappear, former Vice President Al Gore, said it will serve a threat towards vibrancy of the internet.
  • Dr. Hamed Sanei
    Scientist are now suggesting that an influx of mercury into the eco-system was the culprit likely involved in the Earths extinction 250 million years ago, when rapid climate change wiped out nearly all marine species and a majority of those on land.
  • Researchers have found that an increased number of abdominal gunshot and stab wounds are being treated without the need for unnecessary operations.
  • The Pew Campaign on Human Health and Industrial Farming has applauded the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, FDA for limiting the use of cephalosporins in food animal production, on Thursday.
  • Online Shopping
    Holiday shopping online for the entire November through December 2011 holiday season reached $37.2 billion, marking a 15-percent increase versus last year and an all-time record for the season, comScore said on Thursday.
  • iPhone
    Worldwide IT spending is predicted to reach a total of $3.8 trillion in 2012, a 3.7 percent increase from 2011, according to the latest outlook by Gartner, Inc.
  • Newly unveiled electronic payment standards will save the U.S. healthcare industry $4.5 billion in paperwork costs over the next 10 years, a federal health agency said Thursday.
  • Broccoli
    Mosanto, a leading provider of technology-based agriculture products for farming, on Thursday highlighted a diverse group of projects across its research and development platforms.
  • The Muscular Dystrophy Association, said Thursday it has given $1 million to Tivorsan Pharmaceuticals to help speed pre-clinical work on a drug the organization believes could be a promising treatment for muscular dystrophy.
  • Gretchen Birbeck
    Researchers have made new guidelines to help physicians choose seizure drugs for people on HIV/AIDS medication to avoid deadly drug interactions and prevent critical anti-HIV drugs from becoming less effective.