University of Pittsburgh Medical Center researchers implanted chips into the brain, allowing electrical impulses to be sent to the parts that handle mobility and sensation.
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have developed a hydrogel material that can change shape at predetermined rates, without external triggers.
Researchers are hoping that a new conductive silk will be used in sensors embedded in wearable electronics and medical implants.
Researchers at the University of Stuttgart designed and 3D-printed a tiny camera that’s only 120 micrometers wide—as thin as a human hair.
SpaceX and Boeing CEOs are gearing up for a race to be the first to reach the red planet.
Water scarcity is a growing global crisis, with 10% of people worldwide lacking access to clean drinking water.
A new procedure creates a viable egg by replacing nuclei DNA in a donor egg with nuclei DNA from the mother.
Pennsylvania State University researchers used bacteria and yeast to develop a biodegradable liquid that can easily allow torn fabric to bind to itself.
Wood sculpture by John Woodhouse