Startups are making realistic lab-grown foods, but government food regulators aren’t sure how to police them.
A trove of satellite data could teach software to track our trash from orbit.
When it comes to exploring the latest machine-learning techniques, Apple seems hampered by its secrecy and product focus.
Will faster data storage and chips with built-in lasers be enough to turn Intel around?
Electronic doors could be the killer feature for autonomous vehicles.
The country has plenty of experience with earthquakes, but somehow suffers more than other developed nations when the ground shakes.
The country is committing $100 billion to becoming a global chip leader, but that won’t be enough.
Nobody understands the brain’s wiring diagram, but the tools of algebraic topology are beginning to tease it apart.
Ford, Uber, and BMW promise fully self-driving cars in five years—but they will probably only work in very limited areas.
A small set of turbines off Rhode Island will switch on this October—could it be the start of something big?