There's a robot who can teach itself do things, and improve while doing that. Here's an insight into the self-learning robot.
A unique discovery could be revolutionary; this variety of cement glows in the dark, and could save electricity.
A team of highly regarded anthropologists, art historians, genealogists, microbiologists, and other experts is set to reconstruct Leonardo da Vinci's face and determine his lifestyle using authoritative research and modern detective technologies, including DNA science.
Beating the 13-year-old who previously discovered a bug on the site, Jani is now the youngest to break the site's system.
Wearing the red shirt that he wore when he was last seen, the mannequin of Patrick Alford, Jr. stands in the window of a SoHo boutique.
Solar Impulse 2, an experimental plane running on solar power, finally landed in Silicon Valley, completing a trans-Pacific flight without the need for fuel.
With industrialization slowly eating up most of the world's agricultural lands, it can be said that we may not have enough farming lands to produce food in the future. That's why scientists are developing more ways to grow plants in the smallest of spaces possible, like the new technology of using soil-free vertical farms called AeroFarms.
Do you always find your hard drive storage insufficient for all the gigabytes of digital files you own? Well, this might be a strange solution, but scientists recently developed a storage that can hold 700 terabytes of files in--wait for it--a small speck of an artificial DNA.
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be old? Insurance company Genworth is taking the phrase "step into somebody else's shoes" to the next level with the Genworth R70i Aging Experience.
Tech giants are known for their contributions to society in terms of information, communications and technology. In light of issues hounding the environment, here are five companies and their impact on our planet.
Advanced solar-powered tracking devices allow researchers to follow previously hard-to-study animals as they feed, socialize or migrate. In turn, this data could be used to make better wildlife and habitat management decisions.
By combining the water harvesting techniques of Namib Desert beetles and spiny cacti, Harvard researchers have developed improved ways of collecting and transporting water. Their findings have significant implications, as water scarcity becomes a growing problem worldwide.
Officials at Australia's Bondi Beach are testing a new way to detect when sharks get too close to coastal swimmers. The technology, called Clever Buoy, senses when sharks are in the area and, via an app, alerts authorities who warn people when to get out of the water.
MyShake, a new app created by the University of California at Berkeley and app developers at Deutsche Telekom AG, allows smartphone users to detect nearby earthquake activity sooner and send the information directly to seismologists. The hope is to create a large enough network to provide advanced warnings to areas that lack the technology for earthquake detection.
The latest bio-inspired robot harnesses a chameleon's ability to quickly change color and blend in with their surroundings. While the robot is currently only able to change from red, to green, to blue, researchers are hopeful that with further study, they can someday create improved camouflage systems for military vehicles and body armor.