This list highlights how VR has positives and negatives associated with it — like most things in the world.
According to a new study, most people would want $1,000 or more to walk away from Facebook.
Genome science and genome services are catching on with more and more people.
In a paper entitled, "Could Solar Radiation Pressure Explain "Oumuamua's Peculiar Acceleration," these scientists bring up that very possibility.
The study was published by scientists at the National Toxicology Program. The final report confidently links cellphone radiation and some tumors in...
The Department of Energy has outlined some potential impacts on the environment and human health as a result of building and operating...
The C-Brace is smaller and lighter, so the user does not need to exert as much energy while walking.
The fully adjustable, lightweight, medical grade silicon band also doubles as a health and sleep tracker.
The technology can also identify, with 83% accuracy, people from "known groups."
Perhaps one day in the future we will see a combination of robotics and living tissue working as one on a larger...
This could help detect ailments like influenza and STD's without using expensive imaging equipment.
The creators call Spyce "the world's first robotic kitchen that cooks complex meals."
The fears are understandable. Robots are able to complete the work of more than five people and there are almost 5 times...
The researchers at the University of Missouri say this honeycomb material has magnetic properties that can address heat and life issues in...
This is not a cure, but is perhaps the first small step towards potentially finding a cure for the common cold.
This helicopter will be hitching a ride to the red planet on the belly of the Mars 2020 rover.
No word on price yet, but Boston Dynamics has said that newer iterations have been significantly cheaper to build.
If you're typing on one of these, two spaces make sense. Otherwise, not so much.
The prototype isn't pretty but if researchers can manage to make the technology feasible, that can be worked out as well.
These children will probably never stop bouncing.
This looks like a very interesting project, we'll see if the University of Washington researchers can make this a viable solution or...
The build itself was broken into three distinct phases: scan, plan, build.
The first batch of crops included Dwarf Wheat and Arabidopsis, which are small flowering plants related to cabbage and mustard.
Visitors will be taken on a twelve day cruise quite literally around the world (and around and around).
Some areas that make sense to avoid are the inactive volcanoes on the planet surface.
Scientists have been keeping a close eye on the lab as it's been hurtling out of control.
Of course, it'll be interesting to see how the eSports community reacts to such a performance enhancing drink.