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Despite new FDA rules meant to clarify labels on sunscreen, many people do not understand what they're doing with it.
Tropical Storm Bill is Texas's second battle with storms in 2015, on the heels of deadly floods in May.
Practical majors like pharmaceutical marketing are exploding. But here's why they're not all that, says one Wharton professor.
Biotech MiMedx sells amniotic membrane tissue that is used to help wounds heal 2-3 times faster than standard care. MiMedx CEO Pete Petit, discusses the effective tissue developed from the placenta.
An extraordinarily large mass of toxic algae off the West Coast of the United States has shut down crab and clam fisheries.
Nautilus Minerals wants to be the world's first deep-sea miner, and says the ocean floor is the safest place to get needed minerals.
Fusion power sounds like a science-fiction dream, but billions in investment are pouring into it, according to OilPrice.com.
The conflict in Ukraine has sparked interest in an Estonian company's lightweight, pre-fab bomb shelters.
Rumors that Molycorp may seek bankruptcy protection sent its shares plummeting last week.
Discussing whether robots will replace skilled workers, with Martin Ford, author of "Rise of the Robots," and Craig Lambert, author of "Shadow Work: The Unpaid, Unseen Jobs that Fill Your Day."
A new blood test can find just about every virus you ever caught—in a single drop of blood, NBC News reports.
Physicists at MIT show it is possible to create objects that can move with almost no friction, and it may be big for nanotechnology.
The California drought may have harsh effects on farmers this year, says a new report issued by a team of UC Davis researchers.
California's new urban water use rules go into effect Monday, but the state must do more to prepare for the "new normal," a group of scientists say.
Merck's executive vice president Dr. Roger Perlmutter, discusses research on immunotherapy for certain colon cancers, and the players in the fight against cancer.
The National Parks Service has recorded a million hours of sound from all around America, and found its quietest places.
There have only been four flu pandemics since the start of the 20th century, yet concerns are widening about the potential for a new outbreak.
It's just a few weeks away from the summer, but there is still a huge mound of snow too stubborn to melt in Boston.
MIT's Cheetah robot, which has been in the making for years, can now jump over obstacles as high as 15 inches, NBC News reports.
As the government program reaches the half-century mark, it needs to get into the digital age, says this University of Rochester professor.