People may be able to feel with artificial, robotic skin.
Imagine soft robots that can bend, walk and grip. That's exactly what scientists have created in this latest study, which may herald a new age of robotics.
The U.S. Army has set out to monitor the performance of an incredible new weapon that can actually strike soldiers shielded by a cover.
In a recent experiment, scientists attempted redefining temperature by using precision lasers to measure the speed of individual atoms.
Robots aren't perfect. Or maybe they are, at least, programmed to be. Yet new research suggests that humans are less likely to successfully form working relationships with interactive robots if they're never making any mistakes--or might we say, too "robotic."
It may seem like something out of a sci-fi show, but it's not. Trucks armed with lasers are apparently the latest in defense technology.
The Skarp Laser Razor project just lost crowdfunding for its campaign from Kickstarter. After surpassing the goal of $160,000 and gaining over $4 million for the device, it has now appeared on Indiegogo as of Tuesday.
The Walking Dead is entering its sixth season, and it promises to be one of the most interesting yet. While the plot is heating up, the special effects used on screen are also supposed to be spectacular.
Researchers may be able to "paint" quantum electronics with beams of light.
A strange, quantum material actually shrinks when it's warmed up. Scientists are investigating a substance that unlike most materials, shrinks when it gets hot.
Researchers have taken a closer look at how different animals respond to different terrain, and have found that soft steps and large feet allow animals to navigate very loose soil and sand.
Researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute have discovered a protein known as Trib1, which plays a vital role in controlling how and when other proteins are degraded. This is essential for managing protein cell levels that may help to one day develop new drugs that treat certain cancers, inc...