To celebrate the upcoming release of Marvel’s Iron Man 3 we have ten prize packs to give away.
Some decades ago, the powers that be declared that employee diversity was a good thing, as desirable as double-digit profit margins.
With classwork like this, who needs to play?
Physics and magic aren’t often mistaken, but increasingly, physicists themselves seem to be trying to change that.
It’s a toga party at the Tiki Room. In the first minutes of Rio, the new animated feature from 20th Century Fox’s Blue Sky studio, the 3-D screen explodes in a riot of tropical plumage.
Americans Elinor Ostrom and Oliver Williamson won the Nobel Prize for economics for work on how community institutions can prevent conflict, the Nobel Committee announced Monday. Ostrom becomes the first woman to win the prize in its 40-year history
The oldest-known hominid skeleton was a 4-foot-tall female who walked upright more than 4 million years ago and offers new clues to how humans may have evolved, scientists say. Scientists believe that the fossilized remains, which were discovered in 1994 in Ethiopia and studied for years by an international team of researchers, support beliefs that humans and chimpanzees evolved separately from a common ancestor.
President-elect Barack Obama has been holding his economic cards close to his vest.
Authorities have identified what is believed to be the wreckage of a Merpati Nusantara Airlines plane that disappeared shortly after takeoff in eastern Indonesia over the weekend. The three were arrested in the western Iranian city of Marivan, the deputy governor of Kurdistan province, Iraj Hassanzadeh, told the Fars News Agency
From where he came, no one could have predicted what Ronald Takaki would become. Raised in a low-income area of Oahu, Hawaii, a descendant of Japanese immigrants who toiled in sugar cane plantation fields, he cared more about surfing than schoolwork