Wildfires are a serious problem across the Western United States, and each case has threatened homes, businesses, and even the natural landscape. But what if something can detect wildfires beforehand?
Silk is a widely used naturally sourced fiber that is popular in textile applications not just for its beauty but for its mechanical strength. However, it appears they can also be stronger and tougher when silkworms are fed carbon nanotubes and graphene.
Descartes Labs released its 2016 U.S. Corn Production Forecast in August not only to the US government but to the public as well. However, in a feat that will marvel even forecasting experts, the company appears to have consistently updated its corn forecast every Tuesday.
The gaming community is in for another breakthrough. The Polish government has just given The Witcher developer CD Projekt RED the largest share of a research grant for driving game development in the country.
The Chinese army has revealed their up-and-coming combat biomorphic robots. These are robots designed to not only look but also function like animals made of metals. On all fours and massive, biomorphic robots may be the future of warfare technology. What makes it worse is that China is not the only country that has them.
The world's smallest radio receiver has been developed by researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. With building blocks the size of two atoms, the radio was constructed with atomic-scale defects in pink diamonds and could possibly withstand extremely harsh environments.
What if man isn't the greatest intelligence in the universe? This is a question we have all been pondering upon for decades, but it may appear "aliens in space" may not hold the answer.
The rise of artificial intelligence and robotic advancements aren't new in modern society nowadays. Improvements in the field are commonplace and these things appear one after the other. However, it appears there's more to the biggest tech companies than just "advancing" technologies.
New and innovative technology in interior design revolutionizes conventional wall designs by turning wallpapers and ceramic tiles into electronic wall tiles. Just imagine the ease of changing colors, patterns, and wall design through a click of a button!
According to reports, US President-elect Donald Trump slammed China for allegedly "stealing" an oceanographic device owned by the US Navy straight off the water. Many people were appalled by how Trump impulsively reacted to the incident and accused China of stealing, creating even more tension between the two countries. But were these U.S. underwater drones legally placed in the South China Sea?
New York is yet to be the site of a new revolution. Eatsa, an innovative vegetarian automated restaurant chain, just opened its first East Coast location with a one-of-a-kind experience. This time, there's no room for small talk.
After battery fires sparked the recall of almost two million Samsung Galaxy Note7 smartphones, researchers from Stanford University have found a way to develop safer alternatives to flammable liquid electrolytes used in lithium-ion batteries. The volatile liquids utilized in most electronic devices could be replaced by solid electrolytes. The list of almost two dozen electrolytes was inspired by techniques adapted from artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
It appears Elon Musk wants to solve traffic in cities with yet another revolutionary idea, and that is through big tunnels under highways.
Engineers from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) have developed a chip that uses just a drop of blood drawn from a cancer patient to "trap" and identify metastatic cancer cells.
Social media data is more revealing than most netizens know, especially now that computers are capable of grouping consumers into marketing segments in real time by simply observing peoples' response to online videos and other social media data.