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CNS News

August 2, 2012

A jury has awarded Monsanto $1 billion in a patent-infringement trial against rival DuPont.

The jury determined that a subsidiary of The DuPont Co., based in Wilmington, Del., willfully violated St. Louis-based Monsanto Co.'s so-called Roundup Ready technology.

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by Jay Lindsay

July 27, 2012

Divers have discovered a World War II-era German submarine nearly 70 years after it sank under U.S. attack in deep waters off Nantucket.

The U-550 was found Monday by a seven-man group, some of whom have been searching for several years. It was the second trip in two years to the site by the team of divers, which was organized by New Jersey lawyer Joe Mazraani.

CNS News

by L. Brent Bozell III

April 11, 2012

The news is stuffed with "studies" in which "experts" tell us how we should behave.

One recently found that conservatives have lost their trust in science over the last 40 years. That's probably because the very political academics of science are routinely summoned to prove the right-wingers are not only wrong but dangerously wrong and not just dangerously wrong but evil, too. These studies are laughable.

CNS News

by Mae Anderson

March 22, 2012

Supermarket chains Kroger Co. and Stop & Shop said Thursday they will join the growing list of store chains that will no longer sell beef that includes an additive with the unappetizing moniker "pink slime."

Federal regulators say the ammonia-treated filler, known in the industry as "lean, finely textured beef," meets food safety standards. But critics say the product could be unsafe and is an unappetizing example of industrialized food production. The Kroger Co., the nation's largest traditional grocer with 2,435 supermarkets in 31 states, also said it will stop buying the beef, reversing itself after saying Wednesday that it would sell beef both with and without the additive.

CNS News

by Vladimir Isachenkov

February 20, 2012

It was an Ice Age squirrel's treasure chamber, a burrow containing fruit and seeds that had been stuck in the Siberian permafrost for over 30,000 years.

From the fruit tissues, a team of Russian scientists managed to resurrect an entire plant in a pioneering experiment that paves the way for the revival of other species. The Silene stenophylla is the oldest plant ever to be regenerated, the researchers said, and it is fertile, producing white flowers and viable seeds.

CNS News

by Seth Borenstein

February 9, 2012

Scientists say NASA is about to propose major cuts in its exploration of other planets, especially Mars. And NASA's former science chief is calling it irrational.

With limited money for science and an over-budget new space telescope, the space agency essentially had to make a choice in where it wanted to explore: the neighboring planet or the far-off cosmos. Mars lost.

CNS News

by Lauran Neergaard

January 20, 2012

Scientists who created easier-to-spread versions of the deadly bird flu said Friday they're temporarily halting more research, as international specialists debate what should happen next.

CNS News

by Seth Borenstein

January 4, 2012

It's one thing to make an object invisible, like Harry Potter's mythical cloak. But scientists have made an entire event impossible to see. They have invented a time masker.

CNS News

December 7, 2011

The Supreme Court plans to give guidance to the emerging field of personal medicine when it decides what kind of medical tests can be patented.

The justices on Wednesday heard arguments from lawyers from the Minnesota-based Mayo Clinic, which wants thrown out a patent held by Prometheus Laboratories, a division of Switzerland-based Nestle.

CNS News

by Cassandra Vinograd

December 2, 2011

Can you crack the code? That's the question Britain's electronic listening agency, GCHQ, is asking in an online campaign to find the next generation of cyber specialists.

GCHQ quietly launched a cryptic website last month featuring a box of code made up of numbers and letters. There is no branding on the site, only the phrase "Can you crack it?" and a box to type in an answer. The agency has now revealed it is behind the campaign, and said Friday it's trying to reach individuals with "a keen interest in code breaking and ethical hacking" for careers at GCHQ. "It's to arouse interest in people who perhaps might not be caught by our normal recruitment campaigns," a GCHQ spokesman said, speaking on customary condition of anonymity.

      
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