A new plant opening in Morocco signals the technology’s direction.
Physicists have developed a technique that can tell which parts of the brain rely on analog signals and which rely on digital signals.
The country, which gets most of its electricity from nuclear power, is debating whether to wean itself from that dependency.
Synthetic porous materials that flex to take up and release fuel could lead to cheaper natural-gas cars that don’t need cumbersome storage tanks.
The sensors in smartphones can accurately detect the changes in mood that are indicative of bipolar disorder, according to a new study. That could lead to faster treatment and better outcomes for sufferers.
Nobel laureate Robert Shiller sees economic benefits to today’s technology-driven economy, but worries that automation poses “the challenge of our time.”
DNA tests to find out your ancestry are growing in popularity. But do they really work? And are they worth it?
With patent reform a hot topic in Washington, alumna Michelle Lee brings a technologist’s perspective—and a balanced approach—to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Terrapower is pushing ahead with a reactor design that uses a nearly inexhaustible fuel source.
Sepsis affects more than a million people every year in the U.S. alone, and diagnosis can take five days. A new tool cuts the time to five hours.