Highlights from the SIGGRAPH computer graphics conference.
Curiosity is the biggest and most advanced rover ever built, designed to help answer an age-old question: Is there life on Mars?
We review some of the attempts to contain ultrahot plasmas and create tiny stars on earth.
With Google ending the “Labs” section of its website, we take a look at some of the cooler projects that now have an uncertain future.
A hacked Roomba detects the specific spots where indoor air is bad.
During 30 years of service, the shuttles shaped the exploration of space.
From clocks to supercomputers, IBM has a rich history of technological developments. Here’s a look back at its most notable innovations.
A slideshow to illustrate a day in the life of biomedicine editor, Emily Singer, as documented by several self-tracking devices.
Two sprawling solar power plants are complete. One produces electricity at night.
Two robots have gathered a treasure-trove of data from beneath the ice shelf.