Scientists may have created a machine that can learn like a human. They've developed an algorithm that captures our learning abilities.
A team of international researchers have developed a superconductor with a three-dimensional charge density that works at high temperatures.
A team of scientists have created a new method to purify contaminated water, it is as simple as shaking a vial of water and oil, which cleans out the nanomaterials from contaminated water.
Metal particles may just be the clean fuel of the future. Scientists have found that metal powders could provide a more viable long-term replacement for fossil fuels than any other widely discussed alternatives.
A new sensor called 'sNOOOpy' that can detect the physiological levels of nitrate and nitrite. sNOOOpy can be useful in creating new drugs and can facilitate in agricultural research.
Scientists may have created one of the strongest, lightest and thinnest to date. They've engineered the thinnest plates to date that can be picked up and manipulated by hand.
Distracted driving is dangerous, no doubt, but what about "text-walking"?
Students have managed to build an electric-powered personal flying machine. Named Snowstorm, it could be a clean and simple way to realize our dreams of flying.
Researchers at Penn State University have created a new microfluidic device that can make biomedical diagnoses at a cheap and affordable cost. The device is also disposable, but also has reusable features.
A team of scientists have created a new stretchable and wearable sensor using chewing gum.
Scary as it may sound, we may be teaching robots in the same way we teach human babies in the future.