A new brain chip being tested in monkeys could one day reconnect brain areas damaged by stroke or spinal-cord injury.
Princeton University computer scientists expose the weakness of a diebold voting machine.
If addicts watch their brain's changing blood flow during a craving, they may be able to train themselves to kick the habit.
Combining nanotechnology with wireless sensor networks could provide a cost-effective solution to widespread power failures.
A method for sorting nanotubes by electronic properties could help make widespread nanotube-based electronics a reality.
New drugs could bring treatment to a much broader set of patients, says a leading expert on alcohol abuse.
Experts say the new U.S. National Space Policy will push the world closer to a space arms race.
Updated and improved, Firefox remains excellent but breaks little new ground.
Researchers are using layers of silicon quantum dots to create ultra-efficient silicon solar cells.
A new mobile phone that's rather simple bucks the trend toward more complicated, power-hungry devices.