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.
Mankind's dream of going to Mars is now closer to reality with the help of the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump has just signed a new bill funding NASA's mission to bring humans to the Red Planet.
A new technique in transplanting stem cells has successfully cured an adult patient suffering from a rare blood disorder called congenital dyserythropoietic anemia.
Scientists from Caltech have made quite a surprising discovery with black holes. They have made perhaps the most detailed analysis ever of "winds" coming from huge black holes, and the incredible amount of heat coming from them.
It's time for 4G and LTE connections to take a bow as 5G is set to enter the mainstream market, allowing faster input and output services such as downloading high-quality movies, games and software faster than fiber optic-based technologies.
NASA's Valkyrie humanoid prepares for its upcoming testing where it will be placed in an environment mimicking Mars. The R5 successors will be the first robots to be sent to the red planet.
Scientists are planning to create a new type of computer that not only self-replicates, but it is also made of very surprising materials: silicon chips with processors that are made of DNA molecules.