Mosquitoes that have been genetically modified to cause population crashes in the wild could be a potent tool against a host of troublesome diseases.
Defumblr, a new lock-screen app, thinks it can make your smartphone smarter and more efficient.
Two companies will receive $80 million from the federal government to build molten-salt reactors and pebble-bed reactors by the mid-2020s.
As America shifts toward natural gas for energy, decaying pipelines and storage facilities are at risk of leaks and explosions.
A startup uses encryption and fingerprint authentication to compare medical records across providers—and aims to make them easier to move, too.
A robot is being built to venture into the radioactive waters of Fukushima’s worst-hit reactor and remove fuel rods.
Tech companies are trying to hasten the spread of the digital revolution, but a new study suggests it could do more harm than good.
Growth in renewable energy shows no signs of slowing, even though fossil fuel prices have plummeted. Here’s why.
Headlines about robot cars this week make the driverless revolution seem imminent, and yet still a long way off.
“China’s Google” is joining U.S. tech giants in giving away some of its code.