SENATORS DISCUSS PHASE II INVESTIGATION OF PREWAR INTELLIGENCE
Sen. John Rockefeller (D-WV) speaks on Phase II investigation of prewar intelligence at a press conference on Capitol Hill in Washington on November 4, 2005. (UPI/Photo Kevin Dietsch)
Patients with a type of lymphoma who received chemotherapy but not radiation therapy to the thorax had excellent outcomes, U.S. researchers say.
Canadian modeling and simulation company CAE has received $128 million in contracts for on U.S. and Australian military projects.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Quartette -- levonorgestrel/ethinyl estradiol and ethinyl estradiol -- tablets to prevent pregnancy.
An anti-copper drug compound that disables bone marrow cells from receiving migrating cancer tumor cells may curb the spread of cancer, U.S researchers say.
Many women with low-grade carcinoma of the ovary have seen their tumors stabilize or shrink after using the drug selumetinib, U.S. researchers said.
The U.S. Army has given BAE Systems a $55 million, Phase II contract for engineering changes to Bradley Fighting Vehicles.
Boeing reports it has received a U.S. Army contract for continued development of technology to improve helicopter maneuverability and performance.
Northrop Grumman's offering for a U.S. Department of Homeland Security sensor acquisition program has completed a rigorous field test.
The Ethiopian Geological Survey wants to increase the country's geothermal power generation.
A new rifle built upon the M4 and M16 platform is being eyed by the U.S. Army as a possible replacement for the M4 carbine.