"Imagine all diagnostics some day being reduced to a simple blood test," said CEO Roopam Banerjee, who believes Raindance products are a "step in that direction."
Microryza is a crowdfunding platform for scientific research projects.
Google acquired DNNresearch today to help it with its technology's understanding of voice and image queries.
A research team at Duke electronically linked the brains of a pair of rats to transmit sensory information and solve problems, across continents.
Bina's platform significantly reduces the time and cost of processing the human genome, which has far-reaching implications for the world of healthcare.
Public companies are safer, more boring, less innovative, and take fewer risks than startups, right? Stanford professor Shai Bernstein tracked almost 2000 technology companies to find out.
Digital archiving service Clipboard strikes a strategic investment deal with educational software company Scientia.
A simple Swingline stapler from the office supply chain Staples could cost you either $15.79 or $14.29, depending on where you live.
Initial readings found that levels of radiation are about the same astronauts typically experience in the low-Earth orbit.
A group of 14 European partners have banded together with €8.4 million to launch a major research initiative called PaaSage.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory prepared for a lot of variables when it sent Curiosity, the car sized rover, to Mars, but it didn't prepare for it to become a tween-aged girl on Myspace.
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Only 3 percent of consumers say Apple's Maps are a "big problem." I guess those 3 percent are Silicon Valley tech blog writers.
Microsoft already made controller-less motion interaction popular with Kinect, so why not try to revolutionize other kinds of sensor and interaction technology too? Its new Digits hand sensor could work for gaming, augmented reality, mobile device apps, and more.
Scientist Robert Arauz is setting out to solve some of researchers' biggest problems -- not problems about funding or litigation, but the simpler challenges of communication.
Research in Motion founder Mike Lazaridis, who created the BlackBerry smartphone, has donated $100 million to a new center pursuing radically small computing innovations.
Yesterday Google Research pulled the shroud off Spanner, Google's "scalable, multi-version, globally-distributed, and synchronously-replicated database," claiming to have created "the first system to distribute data at global scale and support externally-consistent distributed transactions."
Academia.edu launches analytical dashboard for professors to track who's reading their research.
The latest development in printer resolution offers big results on a nano scale.
Thirty percent of online shoppers research a product on Amazon before they purchase it, another sign of Amazon’s incredible dominance in e-commerce, according to new research from Forrester.
“Ever since Amazon.com opened for business in July 1995, its impact on …