Palladium can absorb vast quantities of hydrogen but materials scientists have now discovered that this process has an extraordinary effect on the metal
Etymotic's BlastPLG earplugs are designed to safeguard troops from long-term hearing damage without compromising their "situational awareness."
A new imaging method developed at Stanford reveals the complex array of synapses in the cortex.
The Electrolytic Fluid Antenna has a range of 30 miles and could be used on sea or land.
The discovery of an unrecorded crater raises the possibility that the biblical mountain was struck by a meteorite, say physicists
Researchers say a vehicle could explore Mars more efficiently by collecting gas from the planet's atmosphere to use as propellant.
A partnership with social media company Gnip made the move possible.
With ARmonica, two players bounce virtual balls off musical note bars using Wii remotes.
Beijing wants to lead the world in cloud computing, but does it make sense in a country without widespread broadband?
The Bloom notebook computer is designed to combat rampant e-waste.