Scientists have recently developed a new root canal therapy using nanodiamonds, which proved to be more robust and effective than common contemporary methods.
A team of of South Korean researchers recently created a virtual K-pop dance teacher by tracking 3D body joints.
A newly created robot may be an expert at getting your attention.
Researchers have created the first-ever insect-like robot that can both fly and swim. Called the RoboBee, the new robot could pave the way for aerial and aquatic vehicles.
An Australian scientist recent developed a new glowing fingerprinting technique that can be used to solve crimes.
New graphene-based inks could be used for high-speed manufacturing of printed electronics. Researchers have come up with a low-cost, high-speed method for printing graphene inks.
Scientists have created the first material where light can travel infinitely fast.
New face recognition software could be a way to prevent fraud.
MIT may soon be replacing human intuition with algorithms. Scientists have created a new big-data analysis system that outperforms 615 of 906 human teams.
These days, most of us are running on few hours of sleep and a whole lot of coffee. But while you might think that our ancient ancestors knew better about getting their rest, think again. New research published in the journal Current Biology shows that we've been restless since the dawn of time.
Scientists are exploring how to bring Spiderman's "powers" to life by exploring the properties underlying spider glue's humidity-responsive adhesion to create "smart adhesives."