Before Obama visit, Cambodians clear streets -- or take to them
As Barack Obama prepares for the first visit by a United States president to Cambodia this month, the country is reportedly preparing for hi
Atom-scale imaging unlocks exact structure of glass | News | R&D Mag...
We can look through glass, but what glass itself looks like on the inside has so far remained a mystery—at least as far as the precise posit
Alan Alda Challenges Scientists to Explain: What Is Time? - ScienceInsider
What is time? And how would you explain it to an 11-year-old? That's the question actor Alan Alda has posed to scientists in the second Flam
Thailand-Cambodia joint visa delayed | Bangkok Post: news
Implementation of the proposed Thailand-Cambodia joint entry visa is likely to be pushed back much further than the already expired Nov 21 t
STEM Education Curriculum and Project-Based Learning | Studica Blog
The article discusses how project-based learning enhances STEM education curriculum and the importance of complying with standards.
Panetta, in Cambodia for talks on US-Asia security ties, says US will pa...
SIEM REAP, Cambodia — Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said Friday that the U.S. would participate in three Southeast Asian military exercises
Ieng Sary Fit for Trial, With Breaks, Expert Tells Tribunal
Ieng Sary, who is 88, is on trial for atrocity crimes alongside top leaders Nuon Chea and Khieu Samphan.
Ieng Thirith Appears at Tribunal as Prosecutors Seek Stricter House Arre...
Her release angered many victims of the Khmer Rouge, who fear she is trying to avoid being brought to justice for crimes committed by the Kh
CERN collider to become the world's fastest stopwatch? | News | R&am...
Heavy ion collisions at CERN should be able to produce the shortest light pulses ever created. This was demonstrated by computer simulations
Columbian.com - Vancouver man accused of stealing car, every key from de...
A Vancouver man is under arrest in Beaverton, Ore., after being accused of stealing every car key at Damerow Beaverton Ford.
Looking Old? It Could Be Heart Disease « Science World
Looking old on the outside might be a clue to what’s going on inside your body, according to new research from the American Heart Associatio