Buildings don't have to be permanent — modular construction can make them modifiable and relocatable.
Researchers were even able store and read a 767-kilobit full-color short movie file in the fabric.
As droughts threaten water supplies across the planet, some municipalities aim to utilize an untapped resource: sewage water.
It uses radio waves to pinpoint items, even when they're hidden from view.
A machine learning system lets visitors at a Kandinsky exhibition hear the artwork.
A new method could make holograms for virtual reality, 3D printing, and more. You can even run it can run on a smartphone.
Measuring a person's movements and poses, smart clothes could be used for athletic training, rehabilitation, or health-monitoring.
Researchers in Singapore invented a novel device that may help the island nation illuminate its growing underground infrastructure.
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From making their own swabs to staying in constant communication across the board, Northwell Health dove headfirst into uncharted waters to take on the virus and save lives.
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.
NASA is scrapping its Apollo-era launcher platform to make room for new infrastructure that will support upcoming Artemis missions.
Can biomaterials help finally thrust perovskite solar cells to mainstream adoption?
The federal government and private insurers greatly increased Americans' telehealth access during the pandemic. Will these changes be permanent?
Researchers from Harvard receive permission for a test that may help cool Earth and fight global warming.
She's the reason you're able to work and chat from home.
Ultraviolet LED lights could soon be used to help disinfect air and surfaces in buildings, planes, subways and other spaces.
Is Bitcoin akin to 'digital gold'?
A clever new design introduces a way to image the vast ocean floor.
The Google-owned company developed a system that can reliably predict the 3D shapes of proteins.
Apple sold its first iPod in 2001, and six years later it introduced the iPhone, which ushered in a new era of personal technology.
Australian researchers figure out a new way to apply extreme pressure and squeeze out diamonds.
Can passenger airships make a triumphantly 'green' comeback?
Scientists discover that under certain conditions two kinds of water exist.
A new method is able to create realistic models of the human heart, which could vastly improve how surgeons train for complex procedures.
The "lone genius" often gets the credit for big ideas, but real-world innovation is a team sport.