Scientists have managed to design a sensor in the form of a temporary tattoo that not only can monitor a person's process during exercise, but can also produce power from their perspiration.
Sometimes it's easy to forget just how many drinks you've had on a night out.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the gecko's sticky talent and have found that the animal can turn the "stickiness" of its toe hairs on and off in order to be able to run while still adhering to surfaces.
Scientists have created a sponge-like plastic that sops up carbon dioxide and could potentially be used to help cut CO2 emissions.
In the world of iPhones and Seamless, everything is on the go, easy to access and almost--quite literally--at our fingertips, with the simple swipe of a screen. Could the same now be true for parenting?
It sounds like something out of a science fiction movie--a robot that can fold itself up and walk away. But that's exactly what a team of engineers have created.
Feeling down? Maybe you should lower your expectations?
What's that you said? Scientists can now listen to your conversation with the help of a potato-chip bag?
Playing violent video games may increase the risk of aggressive behaviors. Yet a new study published in the journal Pediatrics shows that playing certain video games for up to an hour a day could give some children a social advantage.
The Reptile Database is a web-based catalogue that records reptile species. Now, scientists have announced that more than 10,000 reptile species have been recorded, which makes reptiles among the most diverse vertebrate groups in the world.
Now, a recent study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found that teenagers who play mature-rated, risk-glorifying video games are more likely to engage in a wide range of deviant behaviors, ranging from alcohol use, delinquency, smoking and risky sexual activity.
Forget about that boring old ice cream that stays only one color while you eat it. Spanish physicist Manuel Linares has managed to create a frozen treat that actually shifts colors as you lick it, turning from periwinkle blue to hues of purple and pink.