Northwestern University researchers have developed a phone add-on that gives physical feedback
As much as we know about the white stuff that has blanketed much of the U.S. this winter, the sound that snow makes when trod underfoot remains something of a mystery
Once considered blunt instruments, robots show finesse in constructing experimental German architecture
U.S. and other militaries consider drone-mounted detectors to assist in reconnoitering the sources of enemy fire during combat
As debate over the use of unmanned aerial vehicles in the U.S. rages on, a fashion designer introduces clothing that blocks drone-mounted infrared cameras
England's Bloodhound Project successfully tested its booster in October, but other racers are likewise in hot pursuit of the land-speed record
It may look "nutty" and like a "blender," but the designers say the craft could challenge helicopters
As consumer telescopes and techniques improve, will there be implications for national security?
Wasting Away: Can a Gates Foundation-Funded Toilet-Design Initiative End a Foul Practice in the Developing World?
A low-tech plumbing challenge searches for the "iPad of commodes"
Soon after the ill-fated Phobos-Grunt spacecraft stalled in Earth orbit, a former Russian official implicated "powerful American radars" in Alaska. Is there a basis to the claim, or is it just scapegoating?
More doctors are turning to repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) of their patient's brains, but fears of possible seizures may be limiting its growth as a therapeutic tool
A novel acoustic system could enable small aircraft, which often go unnoticed by one another, avoid midair collisions
A build-it-yourself flying motorcycle could be ready soon
A California company hopes to sell a build-it-yourself kit by 2011
Researchers investigate new biodegradable polymer lens materials that could ensure the proper delivery of medicine for treating glaucoma, chronic dry eye, corneal ulcers and other ocular ailments