Researchers have bigger plans for multi-touch screens than the novel interface on Apple's iPhone.
New visualization software makes viewing and interacting with enormous data sets more practical.
A modified 3-D game controller helps improve fine motor control.
Donor hearts could make good scaffolding for new organs.
An MRI imager that is 100 million times more powerful could create 3-D images of viruses.
Researchers use magnets to navigate a microgripping “hand” through a coiled tube and to guide it to a dyed bead and a cell mass. The grippers can be actuated to close like a fist around an object by biochemical cues or by an increase in temperature, the means used to make the hand grip the blue bead and the cell mass in these videos.
In a video of a native signer signing words from a classic American Sign Language dictionary, researchers have marked the start and end of each sign.
A simple prototype device, made from the Toronto researchers’ new material, changes color as it displays a sequence of digits.
ESA is building a spacecraft that can safely reenter earth's atmosphere.
A series of split-screen videos illustrate how MotionDSP's new software improves video quality.