A new report from the American Psychological Association links violent video games to an increased risk of physical aggression.
Most people don't think mass extinctions are a good thing. Now, though, researchers have found that these extinctions may actually accelerate evolution, unleashing new creativity in adaptations.
Drones can be a huge boon to wildlife biologists. Now, researchers have found that these robots may actually stress out the wildlife they're observing.
New findings published in the journal Addictive Behaviors reveal that playing Tetris could particularly be helpful in terms of self-control. This recent study focuses on reducing drug cravings.
Imagine a robot that can build other robots. Now imagine a "mother" robot that can test each of its "children" to see which ones perform the best at certain tasks. Now, this robot is real.
Superheroes, like the Fantastic Four, are nothing new. But what if these powers were attainable? Lockheed Martin has stated that it may be possible for humans to attain similar abilities to the Fantastic Four.
Physicists have revealed a new quantum computation scheme in which operations occur without a well-defined order, which may be able to accomplish a task more efficiently than a standard quantum computer.
Levitation may seem like something out of science fiction, but it's exactly what researchers are aiming for in a new study.
A new camera technology has revealed the world through the eyes of animals.
MIT engineers may have created the most human-like robot yet for this year's DARPA robotics competition. The new, bipedal robot actually has human reflexes.
Sexting, otherwise known as sending sexual texts or images through your cellular device, may be a bit more common than you think, according to researcher presented at the American Psychological Association's 123rd Annual Convention.
Evolution isn't just for biological species; it's also something that can occur with robots. Researchers have found that Darwinian selection can be used to evolve robot controllers able to effectively self-organize their tasks.