New findings published in the American Journal of Psychiatry reveal that a computerized attention-control program could significantly help reduce combat veterans' preoccupation with threat and attendant PTSD symptoms. However, researchers also found that another type of computerized training, known ...
A new material that mimics coral could help remove toxic heavy materials from the ocean. The new material could be huge when it comes to conservation efforts and cleaning up the environment.
Findings revealed that men who performed worse were more likely to make negative comments than counterparts who performed better.
A new computer program may be better at recognizing sketches than you.
New findings published in the Journal of Internet Medicine Research reveal that the use of cellphones could help provide information that may be used to improve the health of those at risk for diabetes and/or other health issues during their childbearing years.
Ever tire of the maze that is city traffic?
A hitchhiking robot has begun its epic journey across the United States. Known as hitchBOT, the robot was actually first designed as a kind of sociology experiment to see whether or not a robot could trust humans enough to hitchhike solo across the country.
A robot may have passed a self-awareness test. Scientists have given three Nao robots and updated version of the classic "wise men puzzle" self-awareness test and one of them managed to pass.
Chinese toddler Hanhan was born with a rare congenital disorder known as hydrocephalus, a condition in which the brain fills with cerebrospinal fluids that are unable to properly drain from the skull; this has left the young girl's head three time's its normal size. Yet fortunately, doctor's have be...
Did you know proteins can be removed from surfaces by simply exposing them to light and a reusable titania template?
Are you spending a bit too much time engrossed in your phone or social media? New findings published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research show that excessive use of our phone in particular may be a sign of depression.
Robots, mathematics, physics, climate simulations: All of these things rely on computers and computing. Computers, though, are quickly reaching their limits; they simply aren't fast enough and can't store enough information with smaller amounts of space.