Are people in Appalachia deprived of the benefits of technology, or are they protecting themselves from harmful effects of its misuse?
Where does responsibility lie if a person acts under the influence of their brain implant?
Understanding this type of instability can prevent catastrophic failures and help generate power
Nearly every basketball player, coach or fan believes that some shooters have an uncanny tendency to experience the hot hand
Computational models representing human heart cells show higher accuracy than animal models in predicting an adverse drug effect, such as dangerous arrhythmias
Investigators will study video, design plans and the “accelerated bridge construction” method for clues
In the Steven Spielberg movie’s vision of the future, people go to school, go to work, socialize and spend leisure time in a vast virtual environment
The great explainer of the universe lived in a time when researchers rapidly developed technology to assist people with physical limitations in achieving increased independence
The Soviet-designed chemical is the nerve agent responsible for poisoning a former spy and his daughter, according to British Prime Minister Theresa May
Somewhere between the opposing forces of “favorites” and “underdogs” lies a winning solution
Unlike today’s wearables, new fabrics promise to come with antennas and batteries that are flexible and washable
A century after the “Great Influenza” struck infectious disease specialists still fear the emergence of viral diseases they will not be able to control, including influenza
The ability to better track and distribute security software updates would help fortify insecure IoT devices, which have already contributed to major cyber disasters
The first nerve agents were invented by accident in the 1930s when German researchers were trying to make cheaper and better alternatives to nicotine as insecticides
Researchers are analyzing dialects and historical records to unravel the formation of a Creole language
They probably experienced dental abrasion similar to what is found today from eating tough and surprisingly acidic fibrous foods
The fate of a free throw is set the instant the ball leaves the player’s fingertips
Scientists captured rare underwater footage of the predators in the Canadian Arctic
Dozens of attacks have followed patterns that the Secret Service and U.S. Department of Education identified in 2002, following the Columbine attack
Is consensual teen sexting a cause for concern?