A special ring and a modified smart watch make human skin a touch interface for playing games and more.
Sticking a fuel cell in a smokestack could dramatically reduce emissions.
Startup Viv says it has invented a smarter virtual assistant—but it could be smothered by the business clout of tech giants like Apple and Amazon.
Why the program beloved as “ZapZap” matters so much in Brazil.
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A gene therapy for an inherited immune disease completes a 27-year journey.
Millions more could be exposed to the virus by 2018, the earliest a vaccine will be ready.
As cost overruns and delays plague the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor, fusion startups are raising more capital.
Humans and machines both use neural networks for object and face recognition. Now evidence is emerging that both types of vision are flawed in the same way.
A new test uses synthetic biology to detect Zika with a high level of specificity.