Scientists may have discovered the deepest high-temperature hydrothermal vents in the Pacific.
New findings published in the journal Human Communication Research show that the impact of horror, violence or scary scenes on television may not be as terrible as once thought when it comes to your kids.
3D printing may not just save you money; it may also help save the environment. Researchers have confirmed a new way to help the airline industry in the form of 3D printing.
Seals are helping scientists plumb the depths of the world's remotest oceans. After hooking up seals with sensors, researchers have collected data that builds a detailed picture of areas that are currently difficult for humans to visit.
Imagine a robot that not only moves like a cheetah, but can also jump like one.
What happens if a robot is damaged in a dangerous area? It has to be able to adapt and now, scientists may have succeeded in creating a robot that does just that.
Can you imagine a biodegradable computer chip made out of wood? It sounds farfetched, but it's a goal that researchers are aiming for. Now, scientists have created a new, semiconductor chip made almost entirely out of wood.
Imagine if handheld tools knew what needed to be done and could guide an inexperienced user.
Imagine a robot that learns by trial and error--just like a human. UC Berkeley researchers have now developed algorithms that enable robots to learn motor tasks in this way, marking a milestone in artificial intelligence.
3D printing has been moving forward by leaps and bounds and now, scientists have used it to create something a bit unusual: artificial eggs.
Previous studies have shown that looking or posting excessively to Facebook can spur depression and anxiety in some individuals. Other forms of social media have also been known to cause a pinch of low self-esteem in individuals who may worry their life doesn't quite incorporate enough selfies and v...