The Paperfuge is an inexpensive version of the sampling mechanism used to detect infections such as malaria and HIV
A new concept wearable developed by researchers at MIT and Stanford are fully functional bots that live on your clothing
Mixed reality that removes us from the present might become hospitals' solution to chronic pain
A new company aims to discover talent by examining players' in-game actions
University of New South Wales is mapping our bodies at the cellular level with familiar tech
The Rabbit Proto can print electronic circuitry within plastic.
Gameplay changes based on the player's emotions.
Stanford researchers prove that even a quick phone call can provide enough detail to identify individuals.
A new student project gives a spoken life to the hidden code that drives many of our daily activities.
Using a Rube Goldberg machine, GoldieBlox imagines the fun to be had by inventive girls.
The open retail space has glass walls on three sides with a stone interior and an overhanging stainless steel roof.