NASA's shuttle program manager presented a new vehicle for space travel that may be cheaper than the agency's current plan.
A contest encourages entrants to find new uses for Zink's inkless printing technology.
The best theory of bird navigation implies that nature has found a way to preserve entanglement in messy biological systems at body temperature.
Sensors dropped onto Mount St. Helens relayed data after forming an ad-hoc network.
An upgrade to the game console uses cameras to track players' movements and recognize their faces.
NASA satellites are providing data used to forecast this year's hurricanes. So far the news is good.
Prime View International is set to buy Cambridge-based E Ink for $215 million.
IBM will sell software that analyzes data in real time.
The radio signals produced by passing gravitational waves could make them easier to detect.
Researchers create a stealth-mode behavior