Half of all blindness in humans is due to macular degeneration. There looks to be a cure.
Today, we are in the golden age of meltdowns. More and more of our systems are in the danger zone, but our ability to manage them hasn’t quite caught up.
Thanks to the beauty (and rigor) of formal mathematics, coders can now create hack-proof technology.
Amid an ongoing battle over the retail and grocery delivery market, Walmart has filed a patent for robotic bees that would pollinate crops just like the real insects.
A Wikipedia/YouTube "fact checker" relationship is in the works.
Now might just be the best time in history to be a geek or a nerd. How have the definitions and connotations changed over time?
There's a new, highly secure way to vote and count ballots, and it's just been tested in a real-world election.
In 2017, SpaceX announced plans to send a cargo mission to Mars by 2022. But Elon Musk said the company's BFR could be ready to make the journey sooner.
It's no secret that American income inequality is at its worst point since the gilded age. So how do we stop this rampant inequality?
Dammit, Spock, can your cold, calculating reason fathom the mysteries of the human heart?
MIT is working on something that will change how we use energy in dramatic ways.
The weather in most parts of Russia forces drivers to face harsh conditions—snow, mud, and poor visibility. It’s in this environment that Cognitive Technologies saw an opportunity.
March 6 marked the 50th successful launch of SpaceX’s Falcon 9, which the company plans to soon use to send humans into space.
Experts can't agree on exactly when or where, however.
Truly a negative week in terms of the comments on our Facebook. Maybe have some fruit and some sunshine next week?
AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Sprint have all recently unveiled plans for a nationwide 5G network in the US.
“Earth to lunar surface… my, you’re looking very high definition today!”
Microsoft researchers work to create a digital "alter ego" that will know everything about you and make you much smarter.
Which of these do you think will win out?
If aliens do exist, posits theoretical physicist Michio Kaku, why would they want anything to do with us?