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These organoid stomachs are only missing the part that produces the acid necessary to digest food.
Lab-created substance composed partly of mussel foot proteins is stickier than the adhesive used by real mussels.
Public schools used to teach our kids how to drive, but not any more — and that's a problem.
Business mogul just became a new investor in the aerial drone startup 3D Robotics.
Other winners included researchers who used bacon to cure a bleeding disorder and scientists who dressed up as polar bears to study climate change.
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.'
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.