An Apple power brick is edited by its owner in DIY fashion to correct its inherent design flaw.
Rocket scientist Franklin Chang Diaz talks about finding the power and propulsion required to colonize space.
Sensor-equipped helmets that measure the shock from explosive devices could reach the field this year.
Intel researchers are using electric-field sensors to build pre-touch technology into robots to help them size up objects and people they encounter.
A unique printing method could lead to precise nanofabrication.
A new magnetic-cooling system could lead to more-energy-efficient refrigerators.
To gain a better understanding of ice-sheet disintegration, Kansas researchers are building an unmanned plane with cutting-edge radar for better mapping.
This year's Lunar Lander Challenge could provide the innovative approach that makes space tourism a reality.
E-jet printing of precise structures out of various materials could prove to be a valuable tool in nano manufacturing.