GM and partners vow to beat Toyota with mechanical engineering.
Researchers have found a material that could allow the use of spintronics to make more-powerful computers.
Using carbon nanotubes as small electrodes might one day lead to safe and effective retinal implants.
New computer modeling software could make gridiron coaches rethink their decisions and look to science for guidance.
An MIT battery expert says advances in materials and engineering can realistically double capacities in the next 10 years, without sacrificing safety.
Computer fans could get some relief from charged particles that create a cooling breeze.
NASA spacecraft monitoring solar storms will help prevent damage to satellites.
Companies are finding ways to stream high-definition TV signals over the Web. Could the technology make low-quality video at sites like YouTube a distant memory?
The democratization of cruise missile technology.
New research shows that making drivers pay higher tolls at peak times and tracking their location with RFID or GPS technology can eliminate traffic jams.