MIT group shows xylem tissue in sapwood can filter bacteria from contaminated water.
In industry, and with small businesses in particular, it is now common for companies to outsource large amounts of their essential information technology tasks to third party providers.
If you had to choose between the two, would you prefer to be without the Internet or television? A recent Pew Research Center survey asked that exact question to a selected pool of participants.
Despite the possibility of Google Glass turning the human population into a bunch of walking computers, a new study published in the journal ACS Nano has found that the new technology could be beneficial for worldwide health.
They are half a millimetre in size, have a star-shaped hydrogel shell and open when they are irradiated with laser light in the near-infrared range. The new micro-robots, developed in the laboratory of Professor Brad Nelson at ETH, will potentially aid the precision delivery of drugs.
Ever-cheaper sensing and data-storage technologies are driving an explosion in data across many fields of science, as well as for businesses of all sizes.
The structure of the brain reveals a network of massively interconnected electrochemically active cells. It is known that information can be represented by changes of state within this network, but that statement falls far short of revealing how the brain supports thought, feelings, memory, intentio...
Fitness tracker bands are an excellent advancement in both the science and health worlds. The superior technology enables the everyday individual to monitor all aspects of his/her health, but it’s important to know where your money is going.
A system that automatically fills in the gaps in programmers’ code becomes more powerful.
Two researchers from Georgia Tech’s Digital Media Program developed a digital condom that delivers minute electrical impulses and increases sensation during sex.
New research shows how the sun is capable of generating energy to power vehicles. According to researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, the chemical hydrogen actually contains the potential to power passenger cars as an environmentally friendly fuel.