28 November 2014, 09:27 AM ET
A new superthin material can cool buildings without requiring electricity, by beaming heat directly into outer space, researchers say.
27 November 2014, 02:00 PM ET
Scientists have created the most non-stick surfaces yet, using microscopic liquid-repellent structures instead of plastic coatings such as Teflon.
27 November 2014, 02:36 AM ET
If the public pays for most science, why aren't the results published in journals that are open to all, asks Dan Marovitz.
26 November 2014, 05:23 PM ET
Chronic pain won’t kill us; it just makes our lives miserable.
26 November 2014, 12:24 AM ET
A British “poo bus” went into service last week, powered by biomethane energy derived from human waste at a sewage plant.
25 November 2014, 01:46 PM ET
Blu-ray discs could help make the solar cells used in solar panels more efficient, researchers say.
25 November 2014, 12:07 PM ET
If 8K is on the horizon, do holodecks come next?
24 November 2014, 10:37 PM ET
Minor tweaks in the electric grid can generate major boosts in efficiency.
23 November 2014, 06:09 PM ET
There are about 600,000 bridges in the United States, and about one in four is classified as functionally obsolete or structurally deficient.
22 November 2014, 11:24 PM ET
The widespread use and high quality of digital cameras and photo editing software has made the art of faking a whole lot easier and more commonplace – whether convincing or not.
21 November 2014, 04:12 PM ET
A new wearable device that translates spoken words into vibrations could help deaf people perceive speech in a completely new way.
21 November 2014, 02:20 PM ET
The crowded highways of Los Angeles just got a little greener, thanks to a new electric-vehicle program sponsored by the U.S. Air Force.
21 November 2014, 02:17 PM ET
New innovations, such as phone-based urine tests and apps that keep all medical records in one place, could change how people experience health care.
21 November 2014, 07:06 AM ET
Like Spider-Man scaling skyscrapers, people may someday climb glass walls with the help of a gecko-inspired invention.
20 November 2014, 03:26 PM ET
The popularity of fitness trackers has exploded, yet few people keep using these devices after a few months. Now, researchers are looking at what key features would it would take to make trackers better.
20 November 2014, 02:34 PM ET
Here's a gift guide for children who can't get enough science. We waded into toy land and found wacky science labs, strategy-filled games and stargazing sets, many for $30 or less. We hope you find an educational gift that sets your tiny scientist abuzz.
20 November 2014, 12:06 PM ET
What do you give the geek who has everything? Perhaps one of these science- or tech-inspired gifts.
20 November 2014, 11:07 AM ET
Two new subatomic particles have popped up at the world's largest atom smasher. The never-before-seen particles could help physicists glean key information about the building blocks of matter in the universe.
19 November 2014, 09:42 PM ET
I’d like to say that it’s not every day you get asked to try to break a world record with a speed-obsessed truck mechanic from Grimsby, but for us at the Centre for Sports Engineering Research it’s starting to become a bit of a habit.
19 November 2014, 07:24 PM ET
New stretchable ink and embedded sensors could make smart shirts, sports bras and vests that can log miles, monitor heart rate and even predict people's long-term health.
19 November 2014, 12:47 PM ET
Epilepsy affects about 2 million people in the United States, and current treatments for the chronic neurological disorder are ineffective for more than a third of cases. But a new technique that uses light to activate brain cells could stop seizures in t
19 November 2014, 11:04 AM ET
Based on tomographic scans, custom 3D printed hearts can help guide surgeons who are repairing complicated coronary defects in infants and children. By expanding the dimensions, surgeons can more clearly see what needs to be done.
18 November 2014, 03:03 PM ET
Knowing what time it is down to the very last sliver of a second is easy — but only if you happen to have an atomic clock in your pocket.
14 November 2014, 06:20 PM ET
These gifts can help the people in your life meet their fitness goals and ring in the New Year with a healthier lifestyle.
14 November 2014, 03:04 PM ET
Imagine if instead of swinging a white cane, a visually impaired person could wear clothing that senses things in the environment and relays that information through touch.
13 November 2014, 03:52 PM ET
A new diet tracker uses a camera and jawbone motion sensor to record how much people are eating.
13 November 2014, 12:56 PM ET
Citizen scientists already use their phones to report roadkill, light pollution and invasive plants, using free apps. In 2013, Dutch researchers went a step further, transforming smartphones into scientific instruments.
12 November 2014, 04:02 PM ET
The Go is a new fitness tracker from watchmaker Soleus that tracks daily steps, calories burned, distanced traveled, workouts and sleep.
12 November 2014, 02:50 PM ET
To capture more energy from the sun, one company is putting solar panels where they've never gone before: in the street.
11 November 2014, 05:07 PM ET
"Project Recover" uses underwater robots to scour the ocean in search of lost World War II veterans.
11 November 2014, 04:41 PM ET
Project Recover using autonomous robots to map areas where World War II planes likely crashed in the Pacific Ocean.
11 November 2014, 04:04 PM ET
Ernest Rutherford is best-known for splitting the atom, but that's not his only claim to fame. The British physicist also helped pave the way for sonar technology.