Still pricier than motorized wheelchairs, SuitX’s Phoenix exoskeleton weighs just 27 pounds and is custom-fit to the user’s body.
The leader of the National Security Agency's hackers says that putting industrial control systems online has made America less secure.
A scientist sought the Vatican’s approval for mixing human cells in animal embryos. And the pope said yes.
Spotify relies heavily on algorithms to offer its listeners interesting music. Today the company decided to see what happens when a human comedian gives it a try.
The U.S. Navy is touting its “Great Green Fleet,” but why haven’t biofuels made a bigger splash despite a decade of hype and investment?
New state regulations attempt to strike a balance between rooftop solar owners and utilities in the nation’s largest solar market.
Two of the most prominent names in the gig economy continue to struggle with their labor practices.
A massive genetic study has sketched out a molecular link between schizophrenia and how the brain is shaped in adolescence.
A new technique for making “programmable” materials could lead to all sorts of medical and electronic devices.
What are the prospects for helping the children of Flint, or children with lead poisoning anywhere?