MANCHESTER — A virtual dog fence, enviro-friendly wallpaper, an industrial robot, and two software systems that manage communications or track trouble spots make up this year’s crop of Granite State technology stars.
BALTIMORE — The Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine was awarded Monday to three physician-scientists from the United States and Britain — William G. Kaelin Jr., Peter J. Ratcliffe and Gregg L. Semenza — “for their discoveries of how cells sense and adapt to oxygen availability.”
The law neither requires nor prohibits their use by local departments, but it lays down provisions about training, when videotaping can take place, what happens to the data and how long it can be stored.
LONDON — One hundred scientists who gave fruit flies a triple drug combination treatment and found that it extended their lives by almost 50% say their work offers clues on how to fight aging in people.
Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has unveiled the latest iteration of his space company’s newly assembled Starship, outlining a speedy development timeline for the centerpiece vehicle of SpaceX’s quest to launch humans to the moon and Mars.
Gov. Chris Sununu and the University and Community College Systems of New Hampshire have collaborated to provide free tuition for a full-time semester at certain universities and colleges for the seniors competing on the winning team.
As the United States enters its coldest season, Antarctica’s summer gets into full swing. By November, the sun shines on the ice-covered continent day and night. When it sets in mid-February, Antarctica enters winter, where it’s dark for six months. Because of this, summer is Antarctica’s bu…
Facebook said Friday it has suspended “tens of thousands” of apps that may have mishandled users’ personal data, sparking fresh concerns about the tech giant’s privacy practices and exposing it to another potential standoff with U.S. regulators.
Sales of premium audio equipment that allows listeners to fully appreciate the rarefied quality of analog records have been experiencing a boom as a certain segment of music fans rediscovers a passion for high-fidelity sound.
A Sacramento, Calif., woman went to the emergency room with numbness in her hands and feet, slurred speech and trouble walking in July. The 47-year-old mother of five wasn’t having a stroke or a heart attack. She was suffering from mercury poisoning from a tainted anti-wrinkle cream imported…
In the dim, red light of an alien sun, scientists have found the first evidence for water in the atmosphere of a rocky planet - offering a tantalizing new target in the search for life in the universe.
NORTH HAVERHILL — Of Grafton County’s 39 communities, 29 have police departments and only a dozen are staffed 24-7, which makes the work of the Grafton County Sheriff’s Department’s Computer Forensics Unit all the more vital, Sheriff Jeff Stiegler says.
By January 2008, it was clear that something was deeply amiss in the global economy. The unemployment rate was creeping upward. The Federal Reserve had slashed interest rates by the largest amount in 25 years. And financial markets around the world were tumbling.
Hurricane Dorian is taking extreme to the next level. With sustained winds of 185 mph Sunday afternoon and evening, the Category 5 storm has risen to the top of the charts among the most powerful tropical systems ever observed in the Atlantic Ocean.
DURHAM — The head of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration got a first-hand look Thursday at the Space Science Center at the University of New Hampshire, which was recently awarded a $107.9 million contract — the largest NASA contract in the university’s history.
WASHINGTON — Scientists on Wednesday announced the landmark discovery in Ethiopia of a nearly complete skull of an early human ancestor that lived 3.8 million years ago, a species boasting an intriguing mixture of apelike and humanlike characteristics.
Five years after Congress passed a law to reduce unnecessary MRIs, CT scans and other expensive diagnostic imaging tests that could harm patients and waste money, federal officials have yet to implement it.