People in China have been harvesting rice for more than 10,000 years
Scientists analyzed stone tools to find out more about the early days of rice gathering.
Spider robots could soon be swarming Japan’s aging sewer systems
Faced with an ongoing labor shortage, Japan could turn to robots to handle utility maintenance.
Storm erosion brings 200-year-old shipwreck to the surface of a Florida beach
With climate change, the unique occurrences happen more and more often.
Magnetic microrobots could zap the bacteria out of your cold glass of milk
These “MagRobots” can specifically target toxins in dairy that survive pasteurization.
Ukraine could use ‘threat emitters’ to trick Russian pilots
Here's what threat emitters do, and how this training tool could be used in a real war.
Apple sued by stalking victims over alleged AirTag tracking
The lawsuit argues that Apple has enabled abuse, stalking, and physical violence against victims.
Feisty ankylosaurs clubbed each other with their tails
Their signature bony tails may have been used to assert dominance as well as take down T-rexes.
Hair clips inspired the design for these land- and sea-based robots
The fashionable build ensures the robot's body acts simultaneously acts as its own motor system.
Google Search’s new changes are designed to make you see even more results
TikTok is becoming a popular search engine for Gen Z. Will Google's recent updates help it keep pace?
To save coral reefs, color the larvae
Corals are crucial to the marine ecosystem, but are threatened by pollution and climate change.