Cardboard headphones, Nepal in infrared, and a newly discovered species of porcupine.
Facebook's new AI lab may end up knowing more about your social life than you do.
The 100 greatest innovations of 2013
A Cornell University professor is developing an invisible technology that could stop designer counterfeiting.
Before the inevitable pratfalls, here come the pride of the robotics world. Pre-game analysis of the seven sophisticated models competing in this week’s DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) trials.
Curiosity has uncovered ancient, once-wet lakebeds, but there might be some active streams, too.
These infrared images show some mammals keep their noses cool, while others maintain a warm snout.
Laser defense might be the biggest thing since gunpowder.
Is this the most fantastic picture you’ve ever seen of the Apollo lunar module or what?
A lander's eye view
Even very young babies learn from experience – babies that live in homes with pets look more often toward an animal’s head.
A tiny turbo.
With three cylinders and less than one liter of displacement, Ford’s EcoBoost is smaller than many motorcycle engines. Yet it still produces 123 horsepower and 148 pound-feet of torque.
A novel way of controlling diabetes