Eric Toone, the principal deputy director of ARPA-E, discusses where the research agency is seeking technical breakthroughs in energy.
Physical therapy possibilities from Microsoft’s device.
Now you can pick up and move micrometre-scale particles using your hands and arms thanks to a Kinect-controlled device called HoloHands
Breathe in, breathe out. Dial and repeat.
Central Banks could use random investment strategies to make markets more stable, say econophysicists
Mark Changizi, a neurobiologist and the author of The Vision Revolution, discusses Google’s augmented-reality glasses.
The Chelyabinsk meteorite is from a family of Earth-crossing rocks called Apollo asteroids and there are 80 million others like it, say astronomers
Simulation explains the origin of one of nature’s most important organising principles.
State-of-the-art image scrambling algorithm uses a new type of matrix mathematics based on Sudoku puzzles
The human brain both stores and processes information at the same time. Now computer scientists say they can do the same thing