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Wed, Apr 23, 2014 4:21 PM
South Korean researchers unveil technology that harnesses electric power from the mechanical motion of water, be it rain cascading down a window or swirling toilet water.
Scientists have been able to track mutations in DNA across different remains of Neanderthals and into our current genome.
With Sensory Fiction, you can feel the same chills and thrills as they happen to a character in the book.
Japanese researchers have developed a method to quickly create stem cells from almost any other type of cell.
Scientists have long sought a single magnetic pole occurring in nature to explain the changes of electric charges subatomic particles.
Video: Greg Benson of Mediocre Films crashes people's cellphone calls at the airport and hilarity ensues as his victims try to figure out if he's talking to them or not.
The new study may provide new insights into H.M.'s post-surgery amnesia, it likely won't revolutionize what researchers know about memory.
Researchers have used carbon nanotubes to develop incredibly perceptive electronic whiskers.
Chronic itchiness is a widespread and serious problem for many people.
The submarine uses the principles of flight -- drag and lift -- to 'soar' in the ocean.
The IFTTT service allows your apps — like Instagram, GMail and WeMo — to talk to one other, streamlining your life through simple combinations of actions and reactions. Here's some of our favorite ways it makes life easier.
Long before the 356, Ferdinand Porsche was making automotive magic. Now his very first car is out of a century-long storage for all to see.
My grocery store is now offering digital receipts. Now I want everywhere that I shop to do it.
Rumors, patents, and factory production orders seem to indicate that Apple is eying a sun-charged device.
It may take a while for the stethoscope to disappear as the ultrasound device that could replace it are expensive and doctors may not be familiar with the technology.
Google has a library of quirky, futuristic patents and that means that this could just be a pipe dream of one of their engineers.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.