SUNY researchers are working on a small, easy-to-use disease detector.
As shape-memory polymers find commercial application, one researcher has activated them remotely using magnetism.
By creating maps of the body’s complex molecular interactions, Trey Ideker is providing new ways to find drugs.
Forget game consoles. For the second straight year, Tom Cruise is hitting both the big and small screen this summer.
A new Sun initiative aims to make the programming of sensor networks easy – ushering in an era of widespread adoption.
Glowing cells are being used to study heart injuries, stem cell transplants, and processes for signalling in the brain.
The recent acquisition of an online word processor by the search giant raises the question.
Large and small science projects have been delayed or canceled as NASA reallocates funds to manned space flight.
A simple new method could allow students to build complex molecule-scale structures – and lead to advanced nanoelectronics.
A radical proposal for a high-tech power grid could make possible the continent's vast expansion of renewable energy sources.