Scientists have found that the precision with which people make decisions can actually be predicted by measuring their pupil size before they're presented with any information about the decision.
Scientists continue to search for ways to collect power for sustainable energy. Now, they've created a chin strap that can actually harvest energy from the jaw movements associated with chewing, which may just be able to power small devices in the future.
Researchers have unveiled a range of different flying robots that could be used to go into areas where it's unsafe for people to venture.
You may have heard of swarming bees, but have you heard of swarming robots? Scientists have created a new type of tiny, autonomous robot that, in large numbers, can replicate the behavior of swarming bees.
A team of researchers has developed a novel inexpensive wastewater treatment system for rural areas.
A Chinese construction firm based in Shanghai has taken 3D printing one step further. They've created a printer that can actually construct houses.
Science may be improving your wine in the future. Researchers have created a new device, a nanosensor, which can mimic what happens in your mouth when you drink wine, measuring how you experience the sensation of dryness.
Scientists may have uncovered a new way to send data at superfast speeds. Building on previous research that twisted light to send data, scientists have managed to develop a similar technique with radiowaves.
Batteries power cell phones, cars, flashlights and other devices. Now, scientists may have come up with a water-based solution for powering electronics.
Don't judge a book by its cover--unless you're a killifish. Scientists have found that female killifish prefer males with yellow fins, despite the various color morphs that male bluefin killifish display.
Think of a material that can change its color and pattern automatically. Sounds a bit like science fiction, right? But that's exactly what scientists are looking to create with their new color-display technology.