At a conference in Boston, companies demonstrate robots for education, bomb disposal, agriculture, and more.
An ongoing debate among geneticists over the nature of common diseases.
Metamaterial fibers that carry both light and plasmons could speed up telecommunications.
It's fun. But as with the original Segway, it's hard to imagine it catching on widely.
The start-up is commercializing what some have called a breakthrough new catalyst for producing hydrogen.
Did the review of GM's prospects depend on unrealistic assumptions about its plug-in technology?
Research shows that the arrangement of tumor-targeting molecules counts.
Japanese robot communicates using eye movements alone.
One California utility is taking Solaren Corporation's space-based solar-farm proposal seriously.
The chemistry of life may be more robust than we thought against changes in the fundamental laws of physics.