The technology for simple and inexpensive diagnostic medical tools is available. Here’s how to get it from the labs to the front lines...
A U.S. Coast Guard cutter for the first time used unmanned aircraft to help it navigate the frozen continent’s icy inlet during a crucial summertime mission...
Robotics researchers are building a headlight that quickly adjusts to changing conditions, allowing drivers to see through rain and snow, follow GPS directions and dodge roadway obstacles...
Miniature camera could be self-sustaining in smartphones and for surveillance
Careful study of desert-dwelling snake mobility sheds light on the physics of crossing sandy surfaces
3-D visualizations combine EEG and MRI data to illustrate how brain signals propagate and could be used to study neural disorders
The neuroscience behind the Hulk, Captain America and Iron Man, explained in a Times Square exhibit. Excelsior!
Columbia University start-up Neuroscout is developing a tool that would allow baseball and other sports teams to evaluate talent by examining players’ brain waves
If a July mission to test the pressurized aluminum dive suit goes well, the technology will allow scientists to immerse themselves in deep-sea luminescent life
If the open-source approach to building robot surgeons can cut costs and improve performance, patients will increasingly find them at the other end of the scalpel