A team of researchers at Indiana University have discovered who will likely be the hot new faces in the world of modeling with over 80 percent accuracy using computational methods and data from Instagram.
Marck Pollock, 39, just took his first steps in four years. He was paralyzed from the waist down after falling from a second-story window in 2010. Yet with the help of a robotic exoskeleton developed by scientists at UCLA, he's walking again.
Researchers may have created "hedgehog" robots that can hop, flip and tumble across other worlds.
3D printing is becoming a lot more common. However, the ability to create designs for this new technology is a bit more difficult. Now, researchers are aiming to change that.
Scientists are edging ever closer to discovering what transformed Mars from a water-rich planet to the arid desert that it is today.
A starfish-killing robot may be let loose on the Great Barrier Reef. Scientists have designed a robot to help tackle crown-of-thorns starfish that are posing a significant threat to coral.
Cell phones can now be turned into a powerful, mobile microscope that can improve both malaria diagnoses and treatment in countries that sometimes lack the resources to address the disease.
Scientists may have created a new material that self-heals with water. The multiphase polymer, which was created from the genetic code of squid ring teeth, may one day extend the life of medical implants, fiber-optic cables and other hard to repair in place objects.
A high-tech mouth guard may be the new thing in fitness.
Self-driving golf carts may soon be on your golf courses.
There may be a new way to communicate wirelessly with someone. Scientists have created a new communication technique that works by sending magnetic signals through the human body.