First results show the capability to infer gender and personality.
Thin-film processes developed by the electronics industry could give us a better view of the heavens
The European Space Agency's Venusian probe is gathering data on the planet's winds and upper atmosphere.
New research shows how to dramatically improve the first practical building blocks of a global quantum network.
The same conducting plastic found in smartphone screens can trick harmful bacteria into growing less.
In Germany, the European XFEL X-ray Free Electron laser will shed new light on the innards of atoms, viruses and chemical reactions
MIT engineers have developed a robot that can keep pace with foot traffic while still avoiding collisions.
Nanoengineers have developed an autonomous vehicle that can find its way through a maze despite its tiny size.
Biomedical engineers have created a flexible, stretchable fuel cell that's capable of powering LEDs and Bluetooth radios.
The next mission that Nasa sends to Mars will use methods originally developed to find the the oldest life on Earth.
A system has been developed that combs through databases of old patents to find solutions to new problems.