Babies may have a hidden agenda behind their smiles.
Is it possible to link two brains together? Scientists say they've done it.
Scientists have used a powerful microscope to image the three-dimensional positions of individual atoms to a precision of 19 trillionths of a meter, which is several times smaller than a hydrogen atom.
Researchers at NIST have managed to teleport quantum information over 100 kilometers of optical fiber, which is four times farther than the previous record.
New research that will be presented at the HFES 2015 Annual Meeting in Los Angeles in October looks at the importance of social cues for evaluating the role of trust in human-robot interaction.
Imagine 4D technology that allows you to create complex, self-folding structures. Scientists have used components made from smart shape-memory materials with slightly different responses to heat to demonstrate that this printing technology is possible.
Researchers form Tel Aviv University have realized the importance of trust in the effectiveness human-robot interaction process.
Invisibility cloaks have been around for quite some time. But imagine one that's an ultra-thin, invisibility "skin" cloak that can conform to the shape of an object and conceal it from detection with visible light.
Robots are helping conservationists with a big project. These machines have created the first true three-dimensional picture of submarine canyon habitats by mapping the deep sea in a conservation area.
Is it ethical to have sex with a sex robot? Two scientists from the United Kingdom and Sweden say no.
Scientists have taken a step forward when it comes to creating hydrogen as fuel. They've created a highly efficient catalyst that could ease the way to a hydrogen economy.