Computing

New 3-D Printing Technique Makes Ceramic Parts

A new way of making these tough materials could be a key step in producing better airplane engines and long-lasting machine parts.

Taking on the Cybersecurity Challenge

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Robotics

Smart machines are beginning to speak to us and act on their own.

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Mobile

How ubiquitous information and communication are transforming our lives.

Gene editing

Who Approved the Genetically Engineered Foods Coming to Your Plate? No One.

Uncertainty about future regulations clouds the future of agricultural biotechnology in the U.S.

Computer science

The Curious Link Between the Fly-By Anomaly and the “Impossible” EmDrive Thruster

The same theory that explains the puzzling fly-by anomalies could also explain how the controversial EmDrive produces thrust.

Clean power

How First Solar Is Avoiding the Industry’s Turmoil

The Arizona company is betting that cadmium telluride solar cells could leave silicon in the dust.