Some seemingly unconscious patients have startlingly complex brain activity. What does that mean about their potential for recovery? And what can it tell us about the nature of consciousness?
New twists on fluorescence imaging are allowing researchers to look closer than ever before.
The disdain with which many engineers regard politicians is misplaced; central to both crafts is a continual need to compromise.
People with a cholesterol gene variant are more likely to live longer and with better brain function.
Dazzling displays, handheld sensors, cancer killers, and nanotube computers.
Let the game-console hacking begin. The latest craze: hacking the Wii controller to turn it into a robot remote control.
Biowaste to fuels, cars that plug in, lithium-ion batteries that don't explode, and cheap energy from the sun.
A hair-like optical fiber implanted in the skin could make frequent glucose measurements easier for diabetics.
New software will turn your home into a networked oasis.
Researchers are developing new methods for cultivating a plant called jatropha.