You can now get an inside look at the massive sinkhole that swallowed a man from Florida five weeks ago.
A new kind of synthetic carbon anode which is designed to improve the storage capacity of lithium-ion batteries was developed by the start-up company EnerG2, writes the MIT Technology Review.
Watch DARPA's newly created robotic hand change a tire--very, very slowly.
Scientists are currently studying the adoption of multi-gigabit per second (Gbps) wireless communication chips, over 100 times faster than a speedy wlan network, that operate at the over 60 gigahertz (GHz) frequency band.
A new type of solar structure could vastly improve the cooling of buildings in sunlight, and could reduce the energy expenditure that helps contribute to global warming.
Firefighters left in the dark to help may have a little help from science with a specially-adapted 'tactile helmet' that researchers are hoping to develop that will provide helpful clues in challenging work situations.
Ant robots may reveal how biological ants follow scent trails and always seem to know the most efficient path to a source of food.
A simple and environmentally-friendly process to produce polymer-based nanospheres was developed by a research team at North Dakota State University, Fargo.
Researchers have taken the first step in creating a biological computer by constructing transistors made of DNA and RNA.
Three astronauts blasted off from the steppes of Central Asia aboard of Russian Soyuz spacecraft, in a record breaking speed to the International Space Station.
British researchers are currently developing robot swarms that could ultimately lead to a better understanding of how a group of machines could work together in order to fulfill any given task, providing insight into how humans can harness the power of machines.
The experimental solar-powered plane Solar Impulse, created by Swiss inventors Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg ,is reportedly headed for the United States where it will fly coast-to-coast. The "Across America" tour lifts off in May, says a report in the Huffington Post.