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Thu, Sep 18, 2014 11:04 AM
Bacteria found in bees' honey stomachs can heal persistent wounds and beat drug-resistant 'superbugs,' a new study finds.
Despite fantastic cabin service and other amenities, these sky marathons can tax even seasoned travelers.
With the help of a smart (human) guinea pig, 'Hack My Brain' delves into the most complicated human organ, revealing cutting-edge ways to improve it.
By the time work on the 2nd Ave. Subway finally wraps up, New Yorkers may be soaring across the city aboard a network of aerial trams.
This watch might be great for you — but what about the rest of us?
As millennials turn away from driving, will kids finally stop keeping cars on campus?
By building a robot that uses a force-based approach to gain speed, scientists also created a robot that can handle running on rough terrain.
Meet a brainy LED bulb equipped with embedded sensors that will help you sleep better (and save a bundle of cash).
Helsinki is experimenting with a plan to match people with rides, making cars unnecessary.
Here's everything you need to know about cryopreservation — from how bodies are preserved to how to fund your own future freezing.
In a feat reminiscent of the Green Lantern, researchers have made light form into a 'solid.'
Scientists have captured the sound of an atom for the first time, and it could lead to breakthroughs in quantum computing.
Cleaner air, better health, and more productivity at work — these are just a few of the perks we would all enjoy if there were more bikes and fewer cars on the road.
Researchers develop a ‘wonder paint’ that may spell doom for corrosion.
A tech blog theorizes that the leaked information was likely compiled through phishing scams, use of weak passwords and other common compromises, not as a result of a hacked Google server.
3D printing comes to the rescue in the restoration of an aging 'textile block' chapel on a Wright-heavy college campus.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.