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3-D printing is in that 'trough of disillusionment' stage, but it's not going away.
The skull's shape resembles recent African and ancient European skulls, but differs from other skulls found in the region.
Yes, and live in single-family suburban homes, too. Does this change everything?
The big drive will likely occur in 2016 in the Kalahari Desert, but only after 6,600 tons of pebbles have been removed from the test strip.
Scientists have learned how to unboil an egg, and it could lead to breakthroughs in biotechnology.
Despite thinking that light will resume its normal speed once it exits a medium, scientists now know it photons take a wobbly moment to get back up to speed.
Metal surfaces are transformed into trampolines for water droplets by a new breakthrough laser etching technique.
From the brink of bankruptcy, auto manufacturing is back, with more than 300,000 direct jobs and 6 times more in support.
Learn how to think outside the box from one of the Internet's foremost experts.
Retired horticulture professor has introduced more than 200 varieties to the gardening market.
The breakthrough alleviates the risk of GMOs escaping from the lab and contaminating the environment.
The LED lighting revolution has really just begun.
Drones may disturb nature, but they can also help with conservation efforts.
From soaking in rosewater to using an 18th-century unrolling machine, researchers have tried all sorts of ways to read these scrolls buried by Vesuvius's eruption.
The '16 MX-5 is aggressive, but lighter and likely more fuel-efficient. Competition may be coming, too.
Princeton University researchers have constructed what might be the world's smallest microwave laser.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.