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These female inventors got busy at the drawing board and transformed the way we live at home, at work and many places in between.
In the first instance of a human-to-plant pathogen transfer, a bacterium related to the one that causes pimples has been found on a common grapevine.
Bats can adjust their wing shape and size to account for environmental factors, a useful design concept for advancements in flight technology.
The human male's problems start in the womb due to a complicated fetal development and continue into boyhood with a weakened immune system.
Can the world produce auto-lacing sneakers in time for the 2015 anniversary of Marty McFly's jump into the future? One shoe designer says 'Yes!'
The suit includes features such as 360-degree cameras with night vision capabilities, bulletproof armor and sensors that can detect injuries.
Which form of travel gives off the fewest emissions? Let's just say it pays to carpool.
To your brain, marriage becomes 'a proxy for trust and reliability' and this understanding helps to relieve stress.
A new reports finds that 1 in 4 Americans are unaware that the Earth orbits the sun and that nearly 50 percent don't know how antibiotics work.
New study looks at dyslexia as more of an attention disorder than a problem with reading.
No longer used just to display coupons and photos of the grandkids, scientists at GE are harnessing the power of magnets to help make the refrigerator, a household energy guzzler long in need of a makeover, up to 20 percent more efficient.
The robots are programed to obey 'traffic laws' to discourage piling up while still managing to work independently to complete a common goal.
They've got resumes longer than your arm, more diplomas than you can count — and they like to rock a crowd. (Oh, and one of them even knows how to study rocks.)
The skeleton will help scientists fill in the gaps in the 'epic journey of our species.'
The defense research agency seeks to create a way to search the hidden, often illegal world of the 'deep Web.'
Video: Among the cars that fell were a 1962 Black Corvette, a 1984 PPG Pace Car, and a 1993 ZR-1 Spyder.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.