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Breakthrough technology could make long-distance space travel feasible, clean our air here on Earth, and even combat global warming.
Signals that coordinate the rhythms of our heart and lungs offer inspiration for creating 'unbreakable' security codes.
Ultraprecise timekeeping is critical for maintaining electrical grids, global telecommunications and GPS systems.
While joy spreads quickly across social media, research shows it's got nothing on anger.
'Vibranxiety' isn't by itself cause for concern, but it does mean you're probably not being as mindful as you should be of the world around you.
Researchers compared the human brains to mouse brains for a sense of our similarities and our differences with the tiny critters.
As doctors and patients turn to digital devices for assistance, will we soon see a robot perform brain surgery?
Does the online retailer have an edge over similar streaming media devices?
One of the division's main focuses will be on developing new techniques to identify and protect against infectious diseases.
The Commute-Case electric scooter will also double as an actual briefcase.
Another possibility is a suit that also just happens to be a Wi-Fi hotspot.
The use of phononic crystal scatters sound waves and lessens the noise caused by machines.
With the Fit Kit Beta, the car company throws down the gauntlet to the handcraft culture — with tongue firmly in cheek.
Chris Dancy's body is so connected to the world through technology that he might qualify as the world's most complete cyborg.
A middle-school student discovers that printing documents in a certain font can reduce ink consumption by an astonishing amount.
The computer can not only tell if you're happy, it can identify more complex emotions such as 'happily disgusted.'
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.