The U.S. Energy Department’s fuel-recycling initiative could be a distraction from a more achievable goal: reviving today’s nuclear industry and averting some carbon emissions in the short term.
This new imaging advance packs 100 million pixels into a picture.
A simple new design for combustion chambers used in power plants could slash the amount of pollutants and the costs to consumers.
The space agency wants private partners to launch cargo and crews into orbits. But is the private sector up to the challenge?
The technology for downloading movie-length videos is ready, but their multi-gigabyte files would overwhelm current broadband connections.
Researchers have made novel coatings from molecularly thin layers that could improve the safety of medical implants and lead to artificial tissues.
New sequencing technologies that can detect rare mutations in tumors might allow personalized treatments for cancer.
A startup plans to market cheap scanners that use printed organic light emitters, detectors, and electronics.
One volunteer has spent a lot of time contributing to the social media site Yahoo Answers. Why?
The technology, called RNAi, can pinpoint the genetic origins of behavior in the brain.