Feeding America released Map the Meal Gap 2014, a detailed analysis of food insecurity for every county in the US. It is the only study available that provides county–level estimates of food insecurity in the United States.
Cybersecurity researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a new security system called LatentGesture that actively monitors how you tap and swipe on your smartphone screen or tablet and identifies you based on that.
Scientists said hey have genetically engineered trees that will be easier to break down to produce paper and biofuel, a key advance that will mean using fewer chemicals, less energy and creating fewer environmental pollutants.
TripAdvisor announced the winners of its Travelers' Choice awards for Destinations. Six of the top 25 world spots are from Asia and four Asian cities saw a climb of at least 10 places in the world top 25 list year-over-year.
German and U.S. research team has announced 95 percent success rate for an experimental drug for treatment of Hepatitis C. The drug has been found effective even in patients who failed to respond to earlier treatment.
South China's tourist island province of Hainan is to build the world's largest duty free shop (DFS), provincial authorities announced. Offshore duty-free shopping in Hainan's two DFS stores in 2013 hit $530.6 million.
Shoppers are 16 percent more likely to trust a brand of cereal when a character on the box makes eye contact, increasing positive feelings toward the product and encouraging them to buy it, according to a new study.
Scientists at Duke University announced they have developed living muscle tissue that can heal itself in an animal just as natural tissue would, raising hopes that more research will lead to self-healing muscles to help humans recover from injuries.