Dark matter must collide with human tissue, and physicists have now calculated how often. The answer? More often than you might expect.
A startup has developed a contraceptive chip that could be deactivated and reactivated using a wireless remote.
Space-suit engineer Dava Newman, SM ’89, PhD ’92, heads to Washington, D.C., as NASA’s deputy administrator.
Astrophysicists believe that our galaxy must be filled with more dark matter than ordinary matter. Now astronomers say they can find no evidence of dark matter’s gravitational influence on the planets. What gives?
As market forces chip away at the coal industry, many plants are being repurposed as data centers, museums, and mixed-use neighborhoods.
New antibody drugs show promise in slowing the advance of Alzheimer’s disease.
Although smart watches and fitness bands are proliferating on wrists, there could be an even better spot on the body for wearable tech.
A handful of companies are coming up with ways to extend your phone’s battery life when you’re far from a power outlet.
Hackers could automate a social engineering trick that has already been proven to work.
Is the Apple Watch in trouble? Facebook, Google and others haven’t rolled out their most popular apps for the device.