The same type of algorithm that beats humans at complex games is being applied in more practical areas.
By detecting light in a new way, engineers can easily send data at 2.1 gigabits per second.
Using control theory to build better interfaces to the brain.
Heart on a chip paves the way for personalized cardiac medicines.
An online reporting system encourages crime victims and witnesses to speak up.
An expert on wireless technology figures out how to power devices without batteries.
A chance discovery sparked a quest for plastics that are both strong and recyclable.
A creative scientist sees new ways to record and stimulate brain activity.
What her parents did for her, she hopes to do for many other blind people.
Affordable robots for the warehouse and beyond.