The AgilTrac Real-Time Location System will allow hospitals to make sure doctors, nurses, and other workers are washing their hands enough.
Artist Thierry Cohen reimagines the world without lights.
Here’s our first look inside (and outside) San Francisco’s 44-year-old science museum, The Exploratorium.
The museum recently got some major upgrades, with a change of location and a new focus on programming for adults. It’s three times bigger, features indoor …
The new facility on the city's famed Embarcadero at Piers 15 and 17 features 330,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibits -- 600 total exhibits, around a quarter of which are new -- as well as 1.5 acres of free space, two restaurants, and a promenade.
Forests grow up to reach the light. So that's exactly what scientist Anna Fontcuberta i Morral did for solar panels: transform them into vertical nano-scale filaments a thousand times smaller than a human hair.
Violinist-turned-neuroscientist Poppy Crum talks sound, neuro-plasticity, and sensory superpowers.
So, it's date night and you don't know what to do with your main squeeze. Why not take him or her or them to the moon via a web browser?
University of Twente will put its scientific research and educational weight behind the startup and its goals, helping Mars One to develop survival techniques for life on an alien world.
A team of researchers at Oxford University found a way to 3D-print a network of cells that act like those of a human.
Editor's Pick They look like normal sunglasses, but they've got a computer inside and plenty of smarts.
UrtheCast is launching the world's first high-definition video platform of Earth, streamed live from the International Space Station. Today, "Earth's video camera" announced a $25 million financing agreement that will bring its vision closer to a reality.
The White House just announced a brand new research initiative focused on mapping the human brain, which sadly, does not involve a magic school bus.
Five years ago it was the world's fastest computer running over a million billion calculations per second, but today Los Alamos Lab's Roadrunner supercomputer is being decommissioned.
We might be unsuccessful at getting congress to double NASA's funding to a full cent on every taxed dollar, but look out when someone starts a crowdfunding campaign.
Within NASA's budget for the following year is a request for $100 million for a project that's never been attempted before -- at least that we know of by humans anyways.
The next great spies in the ocean very well might be giant robot jellyfish.
Microryza is a crowdfunding platform for scientific research projects.