Applying cutting-edge genomics techniques to cattle might produce more milk and tastier beef.
For those under 30, online and wireless connectivity has replaced the television. CBS wants to tap into that trend.
A new device uses inexpensive, low-power magnets and lasers to create images for materials and biomedical applications.
The most recent test of the U.S. missile defense system is receiving criticism from technical observers for its simplicity and secrecy.
Nintendo will begin selling a lower-cost next-generation game console in December, which could make a dent in Sony's armor.
Adding a chemical found in antifreeze to fuel cells could provide a longer-lasting alternative to batteries in portable electronics.
Will nano-engineered implants set kidney patients free?
Hoping to become a player in the "integrated home network," Apple introduces a new device to link computers and televisions.
Not everyone gets a solar cell named after them: but Michael Gratzel did. He says his novel technology, which promises electricity-generating windows and low manufacturing costs, is ready for the market.
Technology has taken oil exploration to new depths--and found a huge reserve.