For Obama to make progress on climate change, he must focus on getting other nations to cut their emissions.
Does the introduction of luxury EVs from BMW, Cadillac, and Mercedes spell doom for Tesla?
Even with gene patents struck down, companies can build monopolies on genetic data that should be public.
Creating visualisations of complex, three-dimensional chemicals is still an art despite the increasingly advanced software available to help, say chemists
It’s getting harder to get noticed in a battery-powered car. Some tips.
The study of flocking has suffered from a lack of detailed measurements. Now advanced computer vision techniques that can simultaneously track the movement of thousands of birds are leading to remarkable new insights, say researchers
Steve Jobs dismissed smaller tablets as “tweeners,” but they are proving more popular than full size tablets.
It might take a decade or more, but projects from Imec and others could eventually bring augmented-reality contact lenses to life.
A rapidly-deployable airborne communications network could transform communications during disasters, say researchers
Galileo could not have built the world’s first astronomical telescope without a revolutionary new theory of optics that he must have kept secret, argue historians of science