For 50 years, the experts have tried to figure out what makes Silicon Valley tick. The answer is people.
Smash carbon footballs into a surface at supersonic speeds and they unzip to form graphene, according to materials scientists, who say the technique could revolutionize the use of this wonder material.
A hedge fund manager aims to solve the funding problems facing early-stage biomedical research.
A new company wants to build artificial intelligence through game play.
A test drive of the Alfa Romeo 4C reveals what a difference carbon fiber can make in a car.
“Tunable” windows would let people adjust light and heat levels, but so far it’s been hard to make them affordable.
Google came up with a new approach to its self-driving car project because humans trusted its previous prototypes too much.
A rapid genetic test for tuberculosis could have a huge impact on global health.
Monsanto no longer controls one of the biggest innovations in the history of agriculture.
Google’s rebirth as Alphabet is an attempt to prove that the company’s “moonshots” can be as successful as its Internet business.