Devices that can control terahertz waves could pave the way for faster wireless communication.
Research presented this week at the annual MRS meeting promises to double battery capacity, cut costs, extend life--and finally make electric cars attractive to the masses.
New brain imaging studies could explain how certain drugs lull our brains into an unconscious state that pain cannot enter.
Researchers are developing new ways to determine if someone has tampered with video.
Bjarne Stroustrup, the inventor of the C++ programming language, defends his legacy and examines what's wrong with most software code.
A new blogging platform, Vox, lets authors focus on the content instead of fiddling with the code.
Motorola's new nanotube display technology is almost ready for prime time.
A device that controls the direction of heat flow could one day have valuable uses in microelectronics and energy-efficient buildings.
A method to regrow damaged wings in chicken embryos could shed light on how to regenerate limbs in other species--including humans.
Researchers have developed advanced shape-memory polymers that could find uses as expandable stents and fasteners that close themselves.