Spain’s new smart home technology laboratory may help Europe stay on the cutting edge of research and development.
A novel process for squeezing hydrogen out of biomass could mean a cheaper and easier way to make hydrogen for fuel cells.
Video games are now used in many college courses – from computer science to cultural studies.
A biotech startup says its genetic engineering method could turn plants into cheap ethanol producers within five years.
Peugeot and other automakers are combining diesels and hybrids – and raising the efficiency bar.
Inventors are tackling problems in energy, medicine, and construction – and fueling interest in science and engineering.
Advanced imaging methods may reveal how this ancient healing technique affects the brain.
A new Wi-Fi phone from Vonage is fun – but it doesn’t make sense as a replacement for the cell phone.
A new technology standard on the way will change the economics of Internet access–and make Wi-Fi look feeble.