Scientists have identified a new biosensing platform that could be used to remotely detect and determine treatment options for HIV, E-coli and other bacteria with an app on your smartphone.
Imagine a perfume that smells better the more a person sweats. Scientists may have created just such a thing with a new perfume delivery system.
Robotics and prosthetics are moving forward by leaps and bounds. Now, researchers have created an algorithm that allowed a man to grasp a bottle and other objects with a prosthetic hand, powered only by his thoughts
Scientists are continuing their work on the walking robot, named Hector, and have developed a software architecture that could enable Hector to see himself as others see him.
When will it be spring in your neck of the woods? That's a good question and now, you may be able to check with a simple map.
It's an announcement that any old school gamer will love. It turns out that Google Maps has pulled out all the stops in order to turn their mapping tool into a giant game of Pac-Man, just in time for April Fool's day.
You may not be as smart as you think you are. A new study reveals that Google may be making people feel smarter than they actually are, which could have some serious repercussions for decision-making.
Imagine being able to roll up the screen of your smart tablet before stowing it away. That may be the future as technology advances.
There's something to be said for green roofs. Scientists have found that green roofs with high vegetation density are actually 60 percent more efficient than non-green roofs.
It turns out that citizen scientists have helped map the global forests, giving the world more accurate information about forest spread and even whether or not conservation efforts are succeeding.
Google has teamed up with Johnson & Johnson in the name of technological science. Moving forward, the two partners will now be working to help improve a vision for robotic surgical tools. They have partnered with Ethnicon, one of the U.S.'s biggest operating room tools and equipment suppliers.
New findings published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology show that hardly any of the subjects could actually remember how to draw this iconic logo when asked to from scratch or fewer than half, that is.