Today in Science
European natural gas traders turned bullish for the first time since April as cooler weather is set to boost demand amid lower imports of liquefied natural gas.
Power producers who invested billions in turbines are finding that making money off the wind can be as unpredictable as the energy source itself.
The cost of producing electricity from renewable sources such as solar and wind has dropped significantly over the past five years, narrowing the gap with power generated from fossil fuels and nuclear reactors, according to the International Energy Agency.
Oliver Sacks, a neurologist and author who wrote compelling case studies of people with brain disorders in best-selling books such as “The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat” and chronicled his own case of terminal cancer, has died. He was 82.
Abbott Laboratories isn’t making a bid for St. Jude Medical Inc., spokesman Scott Stoffel said.
The New Space Race
Health-care jobs hit a record as a percentage of total non-farm employment in the most recent U.S. payrolls report, fueled by an improving economy and President Barack Obama’s health-care overhaul.
Bayer AG will proceed with a plan to list Covestro, its plastics and polymers unit, on the Frankfurt stock exchange, and the transaction could take place in the fourth quarter.
Chilean President Michelle Bachelet must be wondering how it all went so wrong so quickly.
PointClickCare, a Canadian health-care software provider, filed for an initial public offering in the U.S. and plans to do the same in Canada.
Oscar has hundreds of millions in funding. Now it needs customers