Drugs that trigger the birth of neurons could provide the next generation of treatments for neurodegenerative disease, as well as depression.
The DNA of embryonic stem cells has a unique label, which could help scientists figure out how to manipulate such cells for therapeutic uses.
Cellulose films could provide flapping wings and cheap artificial muscles for robots.
New systems fit applications, data, and even entire operating systems onto USB flash drives.
Distributors can no longer use one method to deliver media. It’s a cross-platform world, and the bandwagon is getting crowded.
A novel catalytic method could let you fill up your tank with coal-derived diesel, cutting U.S. dependence on foreign oil.
Intel announces one of the first major deployments of WiMAX hardware, which may set up a showdown with cellular carriers…Farmers get some technological help…and Motorola gets some rhythm in its step.
Some of the offerings to come next spring with the Leopard operating system.