When evaluating computers and comparing performance, consumers, popular magazines, and websites rely on benchmarks to measure how powerful computer processors are.
Though cell phones have become an integral part of our lives, a recent study shows that they may be responsible for problems in the bedroom. According to researchers, men who hold their cell phones for more than four hours a day are significantly more likely to experience issues with erectile dysfun...
Population growth, climate change, and bioenergy crops are worldwide trends that are increasing the importance of using science to improve agriculture.
Researchers are developing ways to repair skull fractures – or reconstruct faces damaged in accidents - by using live cells in 3D-printed implants.
A team of German engineers at Festo, a leading worldwide supplier of automation technology, has developed a bionic kangaroo that mirrors the real-life animal’s capabilities of jumping and regaining balance.
A recent study examines the importance of having a mentally-stimulating job.
In case you haven't, meet 'Robo-roo'--the robot that jumps just like a Kangaroo.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is part of the Department of Defense and is responsible for improving national security and developing military technology. Their new division will now bring their work to the next level.
Under the European Union’s new multi-billion-euro Earth-observation program, the European Space Agency launched its first rocket last night, the Sentinel-1A satellite, from French Guiana.
Every day, our lives are being captured digitally in the data that is generated by our transactions, interactions and movements.
Electric vehicles that are able to park and charge themselves could contribute to sustainable mobility in the future. In an EU-funded research project coordinated by ETH Zurich, scientists work on new concepts of transportation and low-cost technologies that enable driverless valet parking and charg...
It doesn’t take long for the flu virus to outsmart Tamiflu. Scientists have developed a tool that reveals the mutations that make the virus resistant, and they have identified new mutations that may render ineffective one of the few treatments currently available on the market.