New technologies on NASA's next lunar spacecraft will collect information to make human exploration safer.
A new membrane-free water-purification system uses small amounts of energy.
Copper nanowires could be used in ultra-thin field-emission displays that are brighter and sharper than flat-panel displays.
A research project could help people transfer paper documents to their phones and read them more easily.
A new electronic device could lead to denser, faster kinds of memory, and processing chips that act more like the brain.
New software makes it easier to build games controlled by a user's body position.
Engineers are building inexpensive, tabletop, touch-screen displays and sharing the instructions online.
A new glove lets soldiers operate wearable computers while still holding their weapons.
Researchers are testing a distributed network to detect early signs of damaging quakes.
Will a new low-price, high-def video camera make traditional still cameras obsolete?