Time crystals were first predicted in 2012. Now researchers have created time crystals for the first time and say they could one day be used as quantum memories.
… unless you measure intelligence in terms of your ability to play brain-training games.
The U.S.’s northern neighbor has announced a bold step toward reducing its carbon emissions. Can America follow suit?
The batteries that power our high-tech lifestyle are built using materials extracted in dirty, often life-threatening conditions.
Falling costs and increasing adoption are wonderful news for clean energy, but now is not the time for celebration.
Linking doorbells and thermostats to the Internet can cut the chance of expensive surprises.
Mobileye wants competing carmakers to contribute on-the-road data to help teach automated cars how to drive safely.
Cattle that can crank out human antibodies are being tested as a first line of defense against infectious diseases.
Researchers test ways for robots to perform complex tasks by downloading what others have learned.
Pretending to be a cow or a piece of coral may elicit the empathy required for us to treat the world a little differently.