Mapping and tagging information in real time will change how we interact with one another in real space--if we can access the Web.
The administration tells scientists attending international meetings not to discuss polar bears, climate change, or sea ice.
What people are really looking for at SXSW is a better battery.
Americans say they want it. They're wrong.
A Swiss insect expert creates tiny robots that evolve to work together in groups–and learn to trick “outsiders.”
It's about the people, not the technology.
Parallels Desktop for Mac delivers.
Ten years after Ian Wilmut announced that he had cloned the first mammal ever, where are the clones of me, you, and my dog, Brownie?
This blog is about what's real, and what's not, in the life sciences. It's also about what happens when the science actually works.
I pay a visit to the program that's asking a half-million Brits to reveal all to their government--genetically, that is.