Researchers have taken a step towards making carbon nanotubes into transmission lines.
A research project called DoppleSleep can tell how well you’re sleeping without getting in the way.
Glue made of nanoparticles, delivered by a needle, can be a better replacement for sutures and surgical staples.
A new technique can determine which fertilized eggs will reach a crucial step in development.
In every industry but one, technology makes things better and cheaper. Why is it that innovation increases the cost of health care?
The U.S. Air Force abandoned plans to build a flying saucer in 1961. And yet a similar concept survives in the Lockheed Martin X-35B Lightning II.
An odd new material could be a boon in dry regions with limited access to clean water.
Foundation Medicine is offering a test that helps oncologists choose drugs targeted to the genetic profile of a patient’s tumor cells. Has personalized cancer treatment finally arrived?