Given the premium placed on slender, lightweight mobile technology, the removal of speakers could free up space inside Google devices. No speakers necessary.
Our bodies may fight Cas9 proteins.
The fragility of digital memory could let the entire story of our time turn to sand.
Facebook has been cataloguing our faces because…um.
Genetic editing in people gathers steam.
A little time, a little pressure, and no more smashed phone.
Aging lithium-ion batteries have Apple, and other phone makers, in a corner.
“Cha-ching!” go the corporate coffers.
The government decides the risk of research into dangerous viruses is worth the reward.
Researchers are studying the use of sperm cells as micromotors for delivering chemotherapy to cervical cancer patients.
A predictive-keyboard app has just written an utterly crazy new Harry Potter chapter and the internet loves it.
AI has identified six new dolphin clicks we never knew existed.
The first component of a planned “space kingdom” has been launched into orbit.
The researcher behind some well-known gender studies is accused of making them all up.
For the first time, an object from outside our solar system is observed traveling through our neighborhood.
The first in-body gene-editing experiment has just begun.
Predatory journals are so busy scamming scholars that seven big ones appointed a dog posing as a PhD to review submissions.
USC successfully tests an implanted memory prosthesis that improves biological human memory.
AI is leaving human needs and democracy behind in its race to accomplish its current profit-generating goals.
Scientists share that thing they want everyone to know on Twitter with the hashtag #MyOneScienceTweet.