This is a testament to the growth of Lego as a company, or the fact that women are finally comfortable with having square, lumpy figures. Suck it, Heidi Klum. Everybody can't be a supermodel.
If The Hobbit's 48 frames per second seems like a lot, how does a million trillion sound?
Engineers at Brown University have developed a wireless, broadband fully implantable brain sensor that is rechargeable, and has performed well in animal models for more than a year.
Two rats thousands of miles apart have successfully communicated through thought alone to solve a series of problems.
Israeli researchers are testing a holographic system designed to artificially stimulate cells in the eye, hoping to create a bionic system for restoring vision.
An international research group has for the first time demonstrated a quantum algorithm that performs a true calculation, without needing to know the answer before the start.
Scientists say they've built a proof-of-concept device that could become the memory or processing element for an on-chip optical quantum network.
Scientists say they've taken a big step toward the creation of two-dimensional electronics by combining a conductor and an insulator in layers just an atom thick.
Scientists say they've found a comparatively error-free way to store data in DNA, and have already used it to encode Shakespeare's sonnets and MP3 music files.
MIT engineers say they've found a way to generate electricity just by drawing on the water vapor in the air.
Are 3D printers just for making little toys a knick-knacks? Not if USC researchers have anything to say about it.
The future of 3D printing is very much here and now.
If you think wearable tech is the way of the future, then this is for you.
Nevada has become the first state in the nation to make it legal to use driverless cars on its roadways, and has just finalized the various regulations that come with such a forward-thinking law.
Monsanto’s genetically modified corn may be losing its ability to kill rootworms. To be sure, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) believes the poison spliced into Monsanto Bt corn is not as effective as it once was.
A recent study has concluded that sitting in front of a TV for an extended period of time may pose health risks for young children.
A team of Italian researchers has concluded that a beer (or two) a day can help keep cardiovascular disease at bay.
Scientists at the University of Southern California (USC) have identified two molecules capable of killing cancer cells.
Do you believe in the gateway theory when it comes to drug use? Well, a group of scientists at Columbia University claims to have proven the theory.
A recent study has concluded that symptoms of amblyopia or "lazy eye" can be alleviated in older children by following a regimen which includes playing video games alongside standard treatment.