The country only recently pardoned him for criminal charges of homosexuality, for which he was chemically castrated.
A new study lifts the wrapper on the cocoa industry.
Science of the Union.
The holidays are over and the weather outside is still frightful. May as well make use of it.
Political struggle could have permanent scientific effects.
South Korean government sites are also struck. Was North Korea to blame?
We don't need a government! We just need all the things the government normally pays for!
Like Darpa on the military side, the new agency for stoking energy innovation awards $151 million to big ideas
An Office Personnel Management report shows that NASA is a pretty sweet gig.
It's probably the last place the feds would have looked
The National Institutes of Health is funding nine projects in the hopes that they can find new uses for pharmaceuticals that never made it to market.
To create brand-new drugs, pharmaceutical researchers have turned to levitating them with blasts of ultrasonic sound.
"If this stoppage is protracted, the start of the BRAIN project in 2014 will definitely be at risk."
What happens to science and technology when we shut it all down?
As the first potentially deadly hurricane of the season nears the Gulf Coast, government employees are working around the clock to monitor it and issue warnings. And they're doing it for free, because of the government shutdown.
Holding the purse strings
It's a no-brainer: The government should be spending money on science that nobody else wants to fund.
A bureaucracy built for oil and gas leasing punishes the most efficient technology
Rationally speaking, it would be bad for people and bad for science
New research takes a look at food label claims since 1989 and shows how influential legislation can be.