Gold, kings have slaughtered for it and some people have teeth made out of it. But now it has a new use.
An IBM team has advanced a new technology with the potential to revolutionize the way resistant bacterial infections are treated.
Engineering researchers at the University of Michigan have created a remarkably effective fluorescent blue OLED.
We all know that pubs and cafes have long been a breeding ground for new ideas and literary works of art, but could cafes be the new place for learning about... science?
No, you don't need to stay off the streets. For one, Mark Riccobono will be driving on a closed-circuit course at Daytona International Speedway. But the bigger reason is that Riccobono, despite being legally blind, should be perfectly safe behind the wheel of Ford's new blind-accessible vehicle.
Embarrassing but hardly shocking: Less than half of U.S. students are currently proficient in science.
Blast away those school auditorium walls because Google is taking the creativity and emerging science acumen from young students and giving them a platform to showcase their work on a global scale.
In South Korea, science fiction has become reality, with 30 robots teaching English to young students as part of a unique pilot program.
A team at the University of California has successfuly implanted E coli bacteria with the key molecular circuitry to act as computers.
If you thought that pills, yo-yo diets, and liposuction were relegated to the ladies of Hollywood, think again.
MIT researchers have developed a camera capable of capturing images of objects that are not in its direct line of sight.
Thanks to the abundance of medical fear mongering in America, people are obsessed with killing microorganisms. Antimicrobial compounds are the weapons of choice, but a biologist at Arizona State University is saying they are unsafe and don’t work.
The heat that pavement gives off is something everyone is familiar with. Researchers at the University of Rhode Island are exploring how this radiant heat energy can be used to melt ice, power streetlights, illuminate signs, heat buildings and generally make our lives better.
An entire new class of phase-change materials suitable for flash memory has been discovered by researchers with the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California Berkeley.
In their quest to apparently make all of our food artificial, scientists have given yet another creation their blessing. Say hello to genetically modified salmon.
The Indian government has successfully created a prototype for a new multimedia tablet computer that could sell for $35 and may ultimately drive the price down to $10.
You know how when you're watching a 3D movie, sometimes it feels like you could just reach out and grab the images that are popping out? Thanks to researchers, now you actually can.
While there is still a battle for 3D acceptance in the home, the lack of a format war for home media could lead to a faster adoption rate and increased interest.
Glasses-free 3D technology is not something confined to the upcoming Nintendo 3DS, as digital camera manufacturer Aiptek plans to bring out a new kind of digital photo frame in the next couple months.
Microsoft's search site is no longer just a "decision engine." It's growing up and now it can play music, movies, and games without ever sending users to an external Web site.