Seeking to enhance its technology pedigree, the District is close to signing a deal that would bring a dozen Chinese software firms to the nation's capital. A separate agreement with Microsoft is also almost done.
Driven by fierce competition and aided by tutorials, Asian students dominate global test
Polar bear scientist reprimanded over release of emails settles complaint, retires
Try these genes on: Scientists recover, analyze 400,000-year-old DNA from human forerunner
AP PHOTOS: Silence enables science in W.Va.'s Radio Quiet Zone
NASA forms partnership with Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing
Scientists: Eurasian ruffe DNA found in southern Lake Michigan; possible threat to Mississippi
Indian spacecraft leaves Earth's orbit, operating normally on 300-day journey to Mars
Wearable computers are all the rage. There's Google Glass and a number of smart watches. Now, Sony has applied for a patent for a SmartWig.
Q&A: What are the Common Core academic standards and why should parents care?
IT firm Cognizant moving US operations hub to Texas; plans to add 10,000 US jobs over 3 years
A shrimplike creature taking up residence in Rock Creek Park is giving proposed plans for Maryland's Purple Line light-rail a run for its money.
Did Comet ISON survive brush with sun? Scientists see sliver of hope in new images
More technical problems keep private company from launching rocket; SpaceX to try again soon
University of New Haven developing new method to test marijuana for mold, other contaminants
Here's the scoop on the latest trend in DNA testing: Bagging dog-doo scofflaws
For space fans, something to be thankful for: Turkey day launch, comet and freeze-dried feast
Scientists: Comet ISON probably didn't survive close encounter with sun
More hot gases erupt from rumbling volcano in western Indonesia; 15K evacuated in 3-mile zone
Big methane burp: Cows, refineries, drilling spew 50% more gas than feds estimate, study says