Tesla CEO Elon Musk says that by openly sharing its patent portfolio with the rest of the world, his company will help expand the market for electric cars.
A new study by researchers at the University of Texas, Austin found that the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is collapsing due to geothermal heat, not man-made global warming.
Unveiled at a special event in Bristol, UK, the Bloodhound land speed team showed off the cockpit that will be driver Andy Green's "office" for his record attempt run in 2015 and 2016.
Many scientists believe that the future of clean and renewable energy could come from nuclear fusion.
NASA scientist Harold White has long believed that warp speeds are possible.
Imagine a pen that would allow you to draw in every color under the sun.
On June 12th, the FIFA 2014 World Cup in Brazil will be kicked off by a paralyzed person using a highly innovative brain-controlled robotic exoskeleton.
97 percent of water on Earth is salt water. What if we could drink it?
I've tried to describe Lucky's Tale, with words and stuff, to other people at the E3 show here in Los Angeles. I can't do it. I usually end up saying, "You've just got to go try it."
Two thousand, three hundred years ago, Alexander The Great was surveying his battlefield and drinking water from silver urns.
Physicists use diamonds to reach quantum teleportation breakthrough The Milky Way could contain 100 million planets with complex life
There probably aren't many domed concrete structures where you live, and there's a reason for that – they're difficult to build.
The extinct influenza virus that caused the worst flu pandemic in history has been recreated from fragments of avian flu found in wild ducks in a controversial experiment to show how easy it would be for the deadly flu strain to reemerge today.
Back in 2012, Boston-based Formlabs managed to attract almost US$3 million in crowdfunding for the launch of its original Form 1 SLA (stereolithographic) 3D printer, which shipped in May of the following year.
The reach of Google's online empire is hard to overstate.
In another step towards reversing degenerative vision loss, scientists said Tuesday they had coaxed stem cells into growing into a tiny, light-sensing retina in a lab dish.
Each roombot (not to be confused with the robot vacuum cleanerRoomba) is a completely independent unit — a 9-inch-long (22 centimeters) block that resembles a pair of dice joined together. It contains a battery and three small motors that allow it to
Almost all strategies for solar energy harvest and solar energy storage that exist today are developed as independent technologies.
Well yes … and no. To answer that question, let's take a minute to talk about sustainable design.
THE star of the World Cup may not be able to bend it like Beckham, but they might be able to kick a ball using the power of their mind.
This vertical structure will allow scientists to better study the ocean.
Google just paid $500 million for Skybox Imaging, a company that provides the world's first commercially available, daily HD video satellite system.
The next U.S. spacecraft designed to deliver astronauts to the International Space Station also needs to act as a lifeboat if something goes wrong on the orbiting outpost.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have developed a new graphene-based supercapacitor that uses a nanoscale architecture to double its energy and power performance compared to commercially-available alternatives.
Training immune cells with genes harvested from a patient's own tumor could make an already promising new cancer treatment even better.
A robot could save your life, if you're smart enough to let it.
Spotting drunk drivers from a distance. With lasers.
Plus, a tour of the underwater lab Aquarius
It's come to this. We've now had so many mass shootings that entrepreneurs see space in the market for a bulletproof blanket, made specifically to shield small children from gunfire.
Researchers used a common procedure to reprogram macaque skin cells, and coaxed them into pluripotent cells that were capable of building bone. They seeded these cells into ceramic scaffolds, which are already used by surgeons used to reconstruct bon