From harvesting energy to building networks, nature has been solving problems for billions of years longer than humans have
FDA wants to make this official and recently asked to know more
A new exhibit at New York's MoMA showcases a teddy-bear vaccine, virtual reality gear and more
From Incheon, South Korea, to Osceola County, Florida
We're not built for this stuff.
Cloning the green goo's factories for producing light-sensitive proteins could lead to more effective treatments for certain types of blindness
Science of the Union.
The amazing lizard uses its hairy toes to defy gravity and its dynamic tail to always land on its feet if it falls. See how scientists are using the gecko's tricks to design better robots, spacesuits and—just maybe—Spiderman gloves
A state-by-state breakdown of policies that could change your community.
Full body, nearly real-time imaging is here.
To reach the bottom of all five oceans, this Texas businessman commissioned “the most significant vehicle since Apollo 11.”
Time is subjective.
Microsoft unveils Sun Microsystems' vision for 2004
I study the motion of the ocean through rocks.
Societies forget, and this physicist wants to know why.
In a highlight of last week's conference, Gates calls for zero emissions and agrees with Obama: We need nukes
A commute so quick you could just die.
Playing with time.
But you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise.
Confidence in math early on differs by gender and plays a key role in future success.