Minecraft isn't just a game; it may also be helping robotics. Scientists are using this video game to help develop a new algorithm to allow robots to better plan their actions in complex environments.
When it comes to mobile phones, the environment may be in trouble.
Scientists have created the MOTOMAN-MH24 robot, which has learned from and competed against Isao Machii, a five-time world record holder in the art of iaijyutsu, a combative quick-draw sword technique.
Bats living in urban areas are less likely to move from tree to tree in brightly lit areas, according to new findings published in the journal Global Change Biology.
When voracious herbivores attack plants, the vegetation has few ways to defend itself. However, it does react. Scientists have discovered that when a plant is attacked, a number of physiological responses are triggered.
New findings presented in the Canadian Review of Sociology ask if our tastes in music might be linked to social class.
The world's smallest spirals may do something amazing: guard against identify theft.
No one likes to be bullied, but could emotional violence be just as scarring as in-person harassment? New findings published in the journal of Psychology Violence reveal that cyberbullying, while dangerous, does not take on the same impact of an in-person encounter.
Scientists may have discovered the deepest high-temperature hydrothermal vents in the Pacific.
New findings published in the journal Human Communication Research show that the impact of horror, violence or scary scenes on television may not be as terrible as once thought when it comes to your kids.
3D printing may not just save you money; it may also help save the environment. Researchers have confirmed a new way to help the airline industry in the form of 3D printing.
Seals are helping scientists plumb the depths of the world's remotest oceans. After hooking up seals with sensors, researchers have collected data that builds a detailed picture of areas that are currently difficult for humans to visit.