Binghamton University researchers, with the help of their colleagues from State University of New York have developed the first ever micro-scale self-sustaining microbial fuel cells powered by the symbiotic interactions of two types of bacteria.
Scientists develop ultra-sensitive synthetic skin that mean big things for prosthetics and robotics.
By analyzing his bones and teeth, the experts said Context 958 died when he was about 40 years old. His bone analysis suggests he was a laborer while his teeth implies he starved when he was a child.
The Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER) can explore areas that might be too risky for rovers to go, including areas with steep slopes or behind sand dunes.
SolaRoad's solar bike path project is expected to continue its operations until 2018 after success in its few years of trials.
Sebastian Pattinson, a postdoctoral student from MIT, has recently created a method to use cellulose as a 3D printing material.
Scientists have successfully grown beating human heart cells in a decellularized spinach leaf.
Scientists have finally created a reprintable paper that when used with a special ink can be reused for more than 80 times.
Amid a new Al-Qaeda terror threat, the British government announces it will ban electronic devices on flights from six Middle Eastern nations --- Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.
Robotics may soon be powered by tree-inspired chips.
New ultra-thin, gel-like coating material that can potentially boosts the performance of lithium-sulfur batteries, extending its life and and improving its efficiency.
A new type of Li-Fi has reportedly cracked 40 Gbps, which is 100 times faster than the best Wi-Fi we currently have.
The new Google AI system was able to score a smooth 89 percent accuracy versus the 73 percent of human pathologists.
A single DNA gram can store 215 petabytes (or 215 million gigabytes) of information, which means it can very well contain all of the world's information with just a few pickup trucks' worth of DNA.