Home People With Disabilities Can Now Control Robots With Their Brains

The paralyzed and bed-ridden have found new hope in the EPFL's brain-controlled telepresence robot

Innovation Children and Robots are Learning How to Write Together

CoWriter gets kids to teach robots how to write, which helps improve their own writing skills and self-confidence

Design Telescopic Contact Lens is Triggered by Winks

High-tech microlenses will help the visually impaired and professionals in specialized fields

Technology Smartphone Screens Can Now Perform Bloodtests

Qloudlab developed a new tool for people undergoing anticoagulant treatment.

Technology Driver Emotion Detectors Could Lead To Safer Roads [Video]

Researchers are developing an in-car facial recognition system that can detect road rage.

Work Airplane Concept Will Carry Train Cars To Various Destinations

Swiss aircraft Clip-Air, could revolutionize the way we think of air to land transport.

Technology Wireless Implant Predicts Heart Attack Hours In Advance

14mm under-the-skin blood testing device sends warning data to the user.

Design Redesigning The Remote Control Of The Future [Pics]

Four top design schools have been invited by EPFL+ECAL Lab to rethink the device.

Home PSFK Picks: Top 10 Health Innovations Of The Week

We bring you the most stimulating and exciting stories from the world of wellness research.

Design Mind-Reading Car Concerned With Safety [Headlines]

Nissan's car uses brain-machine interface systems to detect which direction the driver intends to turn, and adjust speed and positioning as necessary.

Technology EasySMS: Helping Everyone Utilize Text Messaging

Using pictograms and avatars, one company brings text messaging to those without the benefit of education in the developing world.