Researchers have developed a three-dimensionally-printable synthetic muscle with innate expansion ability that does not need an external compressor or high voltage equipment.
Akira Furusawa and Shuntaro Takeda at the University of Tokyo in Japan say they have developed the "ultimate" quantum computing method.
A new computer security system uses heart dimensions for identification.
U.S. colleges and universities are aggressively courting more women to pursue degrees in science, technology, engineering, and math.
A joint U.K.-Russian research team has demonstrated the use of quantum particles called polaritons, combining light and matter, to solve complex problems.
There were six hours during the night of April 10, 2014, when the entire population of Washington State had no 911 service.
If you're asked to guess the emotion of someone in a video clip, neurons in your brain will exchange information in a flurry of electronic spikes.
Two Silicon Valley engineers had an ambitious goal: Create an underwater, Ironman-inspired jetpack capable of propelling someone through water faster than Michael Phelps on his best day in the pool.
Atlanta is introducing smart city transportation and public safety projects.
The U.S. National Science Foundation has awarded Indiana University a five-year, $4-million grant to simulate the interactions between nanoscale devices and biological tissues.
Carnegie Mellon University professor Jason Hong warns the connectivity of smart homes via Internet of Things technologies could raise cybersecurity risks for homeowners.
Off-the-shelf computer components were "hardened" to the extremes of space with layers of "detection, correction, and protection."
In 2016, the pharmaceutical firm Sunovion gave a group of seasoned employees an unusual assignment.
In the 2009 movie Star Trek, Captain Kirk and Sulu plummeted down toward the planet Vulcan without a parachute. "Beam us up, beam us up!" Kirk shouted in desperation.
Take a video of a birthday cake's candles sparkling in an Instagram story, then tap the sticker button. Near the top of the list you'll see a slice of birthday cake.
Michigan State University researchers have designed and created a fake finger containing multiple properties of human skin.
University of Alberta professor Randy Goebel's team in Canada is working with researchers in Japan to develop artificial intelligence software for legal reasoning.
Researchers are constructing a device "inspired by the brain to generate the properties that enable the brain to do what it does."
A new report warns of cybersecurity measures undermining personal rights and freedoms through censorship and other means if "multilateral" government policies continue.
A new report suggests women may be more inclined to drop out of certain STEM fields when they get low grades in stereotypically male disciplines..