Software that finds and fixes hardware bugs could get chips to market faster and make them more secure.
The emerging field of connectomics could help researchers decode the brain’s approach to information processing.
A new process could make nanotube fibers that are strong enough to stop bullets.
A new device could help dentists better detect the early signs of tooth decay.
Arrays of cheap magnetic sensors could detect improvised explosive devices.
Blue Source demonstrates a remediation system that could capture carbon dioxide at advanced coal plants.
The W3C hopes that its new tool will help developers build websites that will work well on any device, be it a phone or a video-game console.
Sophisticated brain-imaging studies suggest new ways to treat chronic pain.
Commercial-scale plants are being built, but the fuel could still be too expensive to compete with corn ethanol.
How Evan Williams helped create the new social medium of microblogging.