A new genetic test could improve the palm oil industry and reduce deforestation.
Tesla's market cap surpassed that of GM and Ford on April 10, 2017.
Someday an implant may help the neurologically impaired overcome a damaged memory.
Scientists find a surprising way to biodegrade plastic at an impressively fast rate.
A Silicon Valley investor is spending millions on a publicity campaign aimed specifically at Elon Musk.
Amidst the recent discovery of super-Earth LHS 1140b - one of the "most exciting” exoplanets discovered in the last decade - a unique scientific crowdsourcing project is about to begin to further advance the...
The Repair Cafe movement was started in the Netherlands in 2009 to allow people to bring in their goods to be fixed by volunteers for free. There are now over 1200 Repair Cafes throughout the world. Should you...
'Deep learning' AI should be able to explain its automated decision-making—but it can't. And even its creators are lost on where to begin.
Stanford University is offering medical trainees a real-time virtual tour through heart defects.
The program picked up association biases nearly identical to those seen in human subjects.
I mean, who wants to step into a minefield and start poking around?
The secret lies in neuroplasticity.
NASA scientists discover what two places in the solar system might have favorable conditions for alien life.
It was the first time the bomb was deployed in battle, which has the dubious distinction of being the biggest non-nuclear bomb in the American military arsenal.
Is Disney creating a G-Rated Westworld? Disney Enterprises recently filed a patent for a "soft body robot for physical interaction with humans." The result may be similar to Baymax, the inflatable...
The times in history when science was deadly and dangerous.
This could revolutionize organ transplants, grafts, prostheses, and implants.
Microchipping humans may be common in the future. The prospect of constantly being tracked and online raises some major ethical concerns. Futurist and humanist Gerd Leonhard provides insight into where we're headed.
Dyslexia makes letters float, rotate, and flip on a page. It turns M's into W's, q's into p's, and so on. Changing the font-face might be able to help keep the letters in place on the page.