We explore the more practical next-gen vehicles that you might actually see on the road in the future
Turbines to take root in the sea
Subtle movements create current
Harnessing the terawatts of energy we get from the sun
From flexible flashlights to genetically engineered fertilizers, San Jose's Tech Museum names the 25 most do-goody projects of the year
How new medical tech gets injured stars off the disabled list and onto the field
The awards for the other people in Hollywood who matter: engineers
This winter a new technology promises to keep ice off the pavement and rock salt off your car
Three new radio-controlled rovers are steering tech toward toy land
A hall of fame of past Sci-Tech Oscar winners
In the escalating arms race between battery power and consumption, The Cells are losing to The Gadgetsâ€”Big time. Question is, can the chemists catch up to the engineers?
Motorcycles thrilled civilians first. The military then tapped the nimble bikes for use in combat and reconnaissance.
The military's integrated system finally catches up to--and in some cases surpasses--civilian all-weather apparel and equipment.
Plasma-arc torches are sci-fi made real. And they slice through steel so easily, anyone can use them.
It's the oddest trade show on Earth: a staged prison uprising designed to spotlight high-tech antiriot gadgetry.
Sports tech: Lance Armstrong's latest gear assault on the Tour de France.
Epidemiology: The government may let you have a smallpox injection, if you choose. Should you get one?
Golf ball test: Can high-tech balls help us outdrive the world's longest driver?
A brain teaser featuring classic figures of computer gaming.
These pain-busters will leave you ouch- and itch-free ... instantly.
New drivers and balls might do what the local golf pro couldn't.