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Fri, Mar 27, 2015 9:52 PM
A rogue group of 'biohackers' have injected the eyeballs of a brave volunteer with a liquid solution that gave him night vision.
The robot's ultraviolet rays, which are 25,000 times brighter than florescent lights, can destroy the pathogens that humans miss.
Free will is a complicated philosophical subject, but new research suggests mammals may have it.
They may be car owners, but they can't change a tire, fill the wiper bottle, or check the oil — and a few can't even refuel.
Song stuck in your head? Remembering something that didn't happen? Your brain is messing with you.
The Lit Motors C-1 can cruise 200 miles on a charge, and even a truck can't pull it over.
Project is the brain child of Amos Miller, a Microsoft employee who has been blind since his 20s.
What do you get when you merge a fitness bracelet, earbuds and hearing aids into one device?
The president lacks direct authority over the FCC but can use the bully pulpit to influence decisions.
Apps, messaging and even photos can have an impact — positive and negative — on your partnerships.
Prizes of $3 million each were awarded for advances in life sciences, mathematics, technology and fundamental physics.
Scientists struggle to reconcile the differences between the standard relativity and quantum mechanics, and they need new models to understand the universe.
A French neuroscientist's research explains how trying to be different ironically makes hipsters similar.
A newly discovered link between string field theory and quantum mechanics could rewrite theoretical physics.
The number of updates you make a day, how often you use the 'like' button and even your photo album organization can tell your Facebook friends a lot about you.
New theory explains many of the bizarre observations made in quantum mechanics.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.