A synthetically engineered strain of E. coli, stripped of non-essential parts, could boost the bug's industrial power.
Microsoft and The New York Times have unveiled software that preserves the print edition’s design online.
Small satellites that can orient themselves and link together could lead to better space exploration.
As it tests a new way of making vaccines, TechnoVax is targeting the deadly 1918 flu virus.
A peek at the simple brain and sensors of the autonomous robot phenomenon.
QD Vision’s Seth Coe-Sullivan is using quantum dots to make vibrant, flexible screens.
Cellular reprogramming could make moot the ethical debate surrounding stem cells.
Preliminary studies suggest that some types of nanoparticles might pose a health hazard. That’s bad news for nanotechnology.
In the wake of scientific fraud in South Korea, researchers are renewing their race to clone stem cells.
A single chip for wireless devices that's multifunctional, more energy efficient, and space saving is in the works.