University of Minnesota researchers have built a toy-sized aircraft that moves in response to wireless signals interpreted by an EEG cap.
Just as business travelers essentially subsidize other travelers by paying the highest rates for commercial airfare, these celebrity boondoggles in space are funding the growth of NewSpace. And all humanity could benefit.
Darwin may not have seen that a seemingly altruistic primate can also be quite disastrously aggressive.
New research suggests that the "green" part of "greenhouse effect" is really working. While having more plants may sound good, it's still not clear how or whether desert areas will be affected.
Writer Kyle Hill does his civic duty by providing some perspective, along with a link to the document containing the exact amounts of insects (and insect parts) the FDA considers acceptable for consumption.
MIT's Solar System software combines several sources of data to create a map that can predict the annual yield of a panel array installed at a given location.
You can create mental machinery for decision making.
University of Florida researchers have developed a six-inch-long, lightweight vehicle that can fly over, under, and through a hurricane while sending information in real time.
I've come up with many business ideas for my startups by attending conferences that are outside my realm.
In an effort to increase the number of riders on public transit, the city is offering $220 off the price of the bikes, which are much easier to carry on and off buses and trains.
Picturing success will increase your optimism and increase your confidence, which will then help you out.
In about 15 years we'll be able to indefinitely extend life, says futurist Ray Kurzweil in a special appearance in the electro House musician Steve Aoki's new video "Singularity."
For the most part, your chances of success in life are a function of the circumstances of your birth.
All too often we get plans which have this common assumption that the future’s going to be just like today.