They are known from science fiction novels and films – technically modified organisms with extraordinary skills, so-called cyborgs. This name originates from the English term “cybernetic organism”.
In what looks like a Dr Who plot made real, a Russian billionaire wants to use his wealth to build a cyborg. Dmitry Itskov, who does not own a zeppelin, wants to make humans immortal by merging them with machines.
Harvard scientists have, for the first time, merged human tissue with a network of bio-compatible nanoscale wires to create 'cyborg tissue'.
Case Western Reserve University scientists say they've taken a big step towards the creation of insect cyborgs by discovering how an insect’s internal chemicals can be converted to electricity.
The New 52 is DC's attempt to refresh its readership by restarting all of their titles at once in a new version of the shared DC universe. Justice League #1 - released this week - is the first book in the new line.
WIMM Labs is currently in the process of designing a new class of connected micro devices in wearable form factors.
The path to combining man with machine into a real cyborg may be a little bit clearer thanks to new scientific research.
It’s a good day to be a geek in Detroit. It only took six days of online fundraising to bring a RoboCop statue to the Motor City.
Swedish geek extraordinaire Martin Magnusson has designed a rather fashionable wearable computer for aspiring cyborgs.