Aeronautical engineer puts wind to work.
Interferometry goes to new lengths.
Standards bodies are wrestling with the impact of accidental robot strikes.
OLEDs are highly efficient but expensive. Better materials and manufacturing methods are changing that.
A Columbia scientist and his startup think they have a plan to save the world. Now they have to convince the rest of us.
A coal plant in Saskatchewan will capture most of its carbon pollution—and use it to extract oil from the ground.
Tricky intersections and rogue mechanical pedestrians will provide a testing area for automated and connected cars.
The U.S. announces $46 million to develop new technologies for exploring the brain.
If computers think for themselves, should they have human rights?
Startup DynaOptics uses lenses that move from side to side, rather than forward and backward, for a high-quality optical zoom in smartphones.