Understanding comic books is surprisingly hard.
By 2030, we may be gobbling turkey meat grown in bioreactors.
Software will alert medics to early signs of illness, but some critics argue that too much data is being shared.
When a woman gets her genome sequenced, questions about privacy arise for her identical twin sister.
Before Trump takes over, Congress will consider government hacking, and the Obama administration could tie up loose ends in transportation and Internet policy.
The cornerstone of modern construction, cement accounts for a large chunk of our carbon emissions, but once it’s put to use it does something underappreciated.
The Aquila drone’s maiden voyage ended with a splat, not long before the company’s satellite went up in flames.
Demand for the fuel rose dramatically in the last 25 years—but forecasts claim that electric vehicles are about to force a worldwide decline.
Joining the circulation of two mice weakened the younger one, but didn’t do much for the old one.
The effort aimed at identifying criminals from their mugshots raises serious ethical issues about how we should use artificial intelligence.