Do they really need the human touch?
Robot developers adapt the behavior of worm "blobs".
Inventions with revolutionary potential made by a mysterious aerospace engineer for the U.S. Navy come to light.
Introducing the Deep Space Food Challenge.
A crash course in the history of money, the birth of Bitcoin, and blockchain technology.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently issued $8 million in follow-up funding to a team of neuroengineers developing brain-to-brain and brain-to-machine technology.
Researchers find a way to distort laser light to survive a trip through disordered obstacles.
Researchers devise a record-breaking laser transmission that avoids atmospheric interference.
Scientists regenerate damaged spinal cord nerve fibers with designer protein, helping paralyzed mice walk again.
Can biomaterials help finally thrust perovskite solar cells to mainstream adoption?
How would the ability to genetically customize children change society? Sci-fi author Eugene Clark explores the future on our horizon in Volume I of the "Genetic Pressure" series.
The scent of sickness: 5 questions answered about using dogs – and mice and ferrets – to detect disease
Could medical detection animals smell coronavirus?
A powerful new tool lights up the brains of worms, and may soon help draw maps of other animals brains.
Porcine gene edits may allow such transplants without rejection.
A new study suggests that maintaining gut health to avoid diabetes may be little simpler than previously believed.
What lies in store for humanity? Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku explains how different life will be for your descendants—and maybe your future self, if the timing works out.
The satellite would burn instead of becoming more space debris.
Reading code activates a general-purpose brain network, but not language-processing centers.
New research shows that experiencing an opposite-sex body in virtual reality impacted the subject's gender identity.
She's the reason you're able to work and chat from home.