Researchers develop new material using 3D printing technology that could be used in bone grafts.
FDA approved a device that is intended to automatically monitor glucose (sugar) and provide appropriate basal insulin doses in people 14 years of age and older with type 1 diabetes.
A typhoon wind turbine could harness energy so immense it could provide renewable energy to all of Japan for half a century.
Real-life Tony Stark, SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk, is bringing Sci-Fi future dreams into reality like his muitlplanetary transport system and plans of building off-Earth communities.
The world’s first baby to be born using a pioneer three-person fertility method has been born. Now five months old, the baby boy has DNA from three different people: father, mother and an additional donor.
A team of scientists has further revolutionized solar energy by creating solar modules that are cheaper and more efficient by using a tandem solar module made of semitransparent perovskite solar module and a CIGS (Copper Indium Gallium Selenide solar module.
The world is ready for takeoff now that Rocket Lab Launch Complex 1, the world’s first private orbital launch site, has completed construction in New Zealand.
For hobbyists of rare and vintage electronics, summers at the Massachusetts Instution of Technology (MIT) must be paradise. Swapfest, a kind of flea market in a small parking lot in campus, gathers together buyers and sellers of everything high-tech and obscure from massive telescopes to antique radios.
Jeff Bezos has ambitious plans for Blue Origin, which includes launching a super-rocket and colonizing the solar system.
If snapping your funny video and sharing it to the public s already fun enough, what's more if you use stylish sunglasses that can actually catch and record your Snapchat story?
Technology has greatly advanced in just a few years. Before, self-driving cars were simply an imagination but now it has become a reality. With Uber already a step ahead with its self-driving cars, is this technology the new norm which will inevitably become the future of travel?
Real-life Transformers? A Turkish company created a prototype for a vehicle that could turn into a full-sized robot.
The mega-science project has the capacity to detect even the weakest gravitational waves from space.
Besides traveling to space, Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, has also toyed with the idea of high-tech, affordable travel in the future through a different mode of transportation that's not a plane or a train. Now, several companies are intent on making Musk's Hyperloop idea a reality.
A team of researchers has successfully deciphered a severely damaged En-Gedi scroll through virtual unwrapping, revealing that the ancient scroll from the Dead Sea is, in fact, the oldest known copy of a Pentateuchal book from the Hebrew Bible.