IBM researchers report a potential breakthrough in molecular electronics.
NASA is using a new thermal-imaging sensor to track the fires in Santa Barbara.
A new silicon-based laser emits the short, high-frequency light pulses that are necessary for today's telecommunications networks.
The Hudson could become the world's largest environmental-monitoring system.
A pseudo-transparent screen from Microsoft and Mitsubishi lets people enter data from both sides of a handheld device.
By using an electric charge to put molecules in motion, a new device can make a computer's fans more efficient.
For the first time, a silicon-based optical cable will be commercially available.
Reversing the direction of a quantum force could prevent nano devices from sticking together--and even make them levitate.
A genetically engineered microbial protein could mean better data storage.
NASA engineers are using a new 3-D wireless scanner to inspect the space shuttle's heat-insulation tiles for flaws.