New hand-held breath monitor capable of detecting the flu virus with just a single exhale.
Cooking oil has been turned into graphene -- a material that is 200 times stronger than steel, harder than diamond and bends like malleable plastic -- all thanks to science.
It will be the first of its kind and envisioned to be the size of a football field, but a quantum computer could change the world as we know it.
New type of wearable artificially intelligent system capable of predicting whether the a conversation is happy, sad or neutral.
Roboticists take inspiration from bats in this new and compact drone that doesn't even need remote controls to fly.
Scientists, for the first time, have successfully grown human cells inside early-stage pig embryos in laboratories. This means that we have created the first pig-human hybrids or interspecies chimeras.
A project is planning to plant a whopping three million trees in Greater Manchester -- equivalent to every man, woman and child -- for the next 25 years.
Electric vehicle enthusiasts be warned, Tesla is not joking about innovation. Tesla CEO and founder Elon Musk told prospective buyers that the future is always here, and their cars are no exception.
A new private space station might replace the International Space Station (ISS) slated to retire in 2024. If Axiom Space and its plans succeed then the company may just mount the first nonsovereign space lab.
SpaceX and NASA agreed to delay the launch of Falcon 9 at the Kennedy Spaceflight Center. The delay is to give way to ISS cargo run.
Locked-in patients unable to move or speak are given a voice through new technology.
A Canada-based energy company is one among many lobbying for federal investments in nuclear fusion. If all goes according to plan, then Canada may be on its way to be a global power when it comes to nuclear fusion.
Three Democratic lawmakers based in Massachusetts have proposed a bill that will, if passed, require the state to use 100-percent renewable energy by 2035. It even goes as far as to mention that fossil fuels from the heating and transport sectors would have to be eliminated by that time.
Scientists who have been researching gene-editing may be disappointed in the eve of the new administration. A last-minute proposal will be addressing CRISPR and other cutting-edge technologies in the field of medicine.