Protocols developed at MIT are helping the city of Cambridge to go wireless.
Glowing carbon nanotubes could sniff out the DNA signatures of bioterrorism agents.
New tricks with light and lenses could produce the smallest microprocessors -- without revamping the industry.
DNA tests to find out your ancestry are growing in popularity. But do they really work? And are they worth it?
Nokia is looking beyond handheld devices to services that will make mobile phones, PCs, and the Internet more compatible.
Selected films from the National Archives, newly digitized by Google, will delight history buffs. And this is just the start.
A European consortium is drawing closer to building a megawatt-scale power plant that uses bedrock heat.
With GE’s new plastic, self-washing buildings, cheap diagnostic chips, and free-flowing honey jars are possible.
AFM, a nanotech workhorse, just got far faster and more precise.
As President Bush talks up the need for more research, scientists are making advances in hybrids and all-electric vehicles.