The ability to stack graphene sheets on top of each other should make possible an entirely new class of devices that exploit previously inaccessible physics, say researchers
The history of modern architecture has been tightly coupled with technological development, from the Bessemer steel that provided structure for Louis Sullivan’s skyscrapers to CAD simulations that transformed.........
Following complaints from privacy groups, California lawmakers on Friday suspended legislation to embed radio-frequency identification chips, or RFIDs, in its driver’s licenses and state identification cards.
Unknown to many, since 2005, a large portion of America's orange supply has been under attack by a bacterium that is carried by the psyllid (a jumping plant lice) and sours oranges, leaving them half green.
We have a space station in permanent orbit ... but not a lot of rockets that can get there.
Many common products on the market today already make use of nanotechnology.
The future must have gadgets for 2014, what will they be?
In this year we will see some amazing technologies,like Google Smart-Glasses, 3D Printing, Leap Motion, 3D Printing, transparent phone, Flexible Technology and Flying Car.
Many common products in the market today already make use of nanotechnology
Everything you ever wanted to know about this retro-'90s weapon, which the Obama administration might use against Syria's government.
First, a disclaimer: Selling your organs is illegal in the United States. It’s also very dangerous.
Familiarity may breed contempt, and it also makes it easier to ignore our nearest and dearest.
Japan plans to stop leaking radioactive groundwater at Fukushima with an underground wall of ice. Here’s how it would work.
Nektar Therapeutics is developing a painkiller that may enter the brain too slowly to be abused.
By mimicking microscopic structures in the wings of a butterfly, an international research team has developed a device smaller than the width of a human hair that could make optical communication faster and more secure.
There is an electrical device that mimics and amplifies the immune system. It is capable of killing off all pathogenic bacteria, viruses, and parasites.
It isn't often that people are willing to take dietary advice from someone whose field of specialty isn't found in the health sciences.
If health authorities are going to remain insistent upon lacing the water supply with additives to thwart tooth decay, then they really should be using all-natural coconut oil rather than fluoride chemicals, based on the findings of a new study.
What would be more helpful is an instruction manual that each individual stem cell can follow during its development. And this is exactly what Guye's team has provided. They started by looking at what happens in neurons and liver cells during natura
The parents of young Rahul Perumal from India's Tamil Nadu state say it happened for the first time just nine days after their only son was born.
The researchers discovered that when they turned off the RbAp48 gene, the memory of the mice became abnormal.
Could theoretically stay up even longer...
Depression affects more than 26 percent of the U.S. adult population.
The age of discovery isn't over yet. A colossal canyon, the longest on Earth, has just been found under Greenland's ice sheet, scientists announced Thursday in the journal Science.
DMSO was first discovered in the mid- to late nineteenth century. In the 1950s, it was discovered that DMSO could protect cells from the damage of freezing. In the 1960s, Dr. Stanley Jacob, one of the main proponents of DMSO, began to study other med
Examining data on more than 130,000 Americans in the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, researchers from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology's Department of Neuroscience found that the use of psychedelic drugs not only doesn’t co
Inside that Palo Alto garage — the door open to the Silicon Valley summer sun, and the camping gear stacked against the wall — Polvi and his colleagues are fashioning a new computer operating system known as CoreOS. This isn’t an OS for running deskt
In recent years, more attention has been given to the role inflammation plays in our lives, and rightfully so, given all of the health implications that stems from this one specific area.
Tuberculosis (TB) was once thought to be totally under control, an ancient, historical disease that has been handled easily with a course of antibiotics over a few to several months.
Researchers have grown brain tissue that contains distinct regions that mimic different functional structures of the developing brain.