Stereotypes may not just persist in the real world; they may also persist in virtual worlds.
A new, centimeter-accurate GPS could create a new fleet of unmanned aerial vehicles that could deliver packages to a specific location on a consumer's back porch.
Scientists have successfully field-tested a two-legged robot that has technology that may herald the future of running robots.
It's a huge step forward for scientific photography. Researchers have developed a new high-speed camera that can record events at a rate of more than 1-trillion-frames-per second.
Imagine soaring through space to Mars with the help of a solar sail. Sounds like something out of a science fiction movie, right? But it may just be possible.
Scientists have created the most comprehensive map of the universe to day. They've made a 3D map of the universe that spans nearly two billion light-years.
Forget 3D printing. It looks as if 4D printing is now the new level of technology.
Scientists have developed the first ever liquid nanoscale laser.
It's not just teens and adults who are using smartphones. Scientists have found that more than one-third of babies are tapping on smartphones and tablets, even before they learn to walk and talk.
A record-setting strontium atomic clock may actually be getting even more precise. The latest modification on the block has achieved precision and stability levels that mean the clock would neither gain nor lose one second in 15 billion years, which is roughly the age of the universe.
In the hopes of enhancing work productivity, some adults are turning to ADHD medications as stimulants. But abusing this type of drug can be particularly dangerous, even when it may be to make successful strides in a competitive work environment.
Could online discussion forums be good for our overall health and wellness? New findings published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior suggest that there are benefits for both individuals and wider society to this type of social media than previously realized.