A device that can reveal if compounds are toxic to living cells could be a fast and accurate way to detect liver toxicity.
A new portable system completely cleans magnetic disks.
A new imaging method could show how cannabinoids affect diseases like schizophrenia.
Hewlett-Packard is adapting fans from radio-controlled jets to relieve heat-stressed computer servers.
Researchers want to make patient-matched stem cells, but success could depend on gaining a reliable source of human eggs.
New chips use chaos to produce potentially faster, more robust computing.
The new U.S. Under Secretary of Commerce for Technology hopes a large federal research database will help spur innovation.
The popularity of surfing the Internet on the go has designers building applications with simple, easy-to-use navigation.
Startup Baynote is automating tagging and other Web-based tools to make searching company websites more efficient.
Focused ultrasound waves can make a tiny, temporary hole in the barrier surrounding the brain.