30 September 2013, 07:14 PM ET
New tech may bring fuel-cell vehicles to showrooms sooner than many consumers expected.
30 September 2013, 02:25 PM ET
In order to get a rating exceeding LEED platinum standards, the PNC Plaza Tower in Pittsburg will utilizes an array of green technologies, including a double layer of glass that allows fresh air to circulate inside and an extensive sky garden.
30 September 2013, 01:56 PM ET
From X-ray guns that can identify an artifact's chemical makeup to ground-penetrating radar that can detect buried pyramids, the technologies used to study ancient human civilizations are anything but ancient.
30 September 2013, 01:50 PM ET
Chicago has invested $14 million into a mile and a half of one of the grittiest streets in the city to turn it into one of the greenest using reflective asphalt, smog-eating cement, 95 species of trees, wind and solar powered lights and much more.
30 September 2013, 01:41 PM ET
The National Ecological Observatory is a network of more than 100 sensors located across the country that will give scientists an 'EKG' for planet Earth, a crucial tool for monitoring environmental health in a changing global climate.
30 September 2013, 07:42 AM ET
Scientists are getting closer to producing fusion energy, the same power source that makes the sun shine. In recent experiments they inched nearer to reactions that produce more energy than they needed to get going.
27 September 2013, 07:43 PM ET
Are small modular nuclear reactors truly a better deal than large power plants in terms of cost and safety?
27 September 2013, 04:31 PM ET
While James Mickens' official title is Microsoft Research team member, he is also known as the "funniest man in Microsoft Research."
27 September 2013, 04:13 PM ET
This self-proclaimed "Galactic Viceroy of Research Excellence," who regards the basketball superstar as his biggest influence, talks about computer science and his personal-professional journey.
27 September 2013, 03:28 PM ET
A tiny, relatively simple organism helps scientists understand how the brain works.
27 September 2013, 01:36 PM ET
Apple's new iOS 7 software is apparently making some people seasick on solid ground. Experts on motion sickness say the sharpness of the screen and the motion of the icons might be confusing people's brains.
27 September 2013, 11:49 AM ET
Small enough to fit in a cellphone, a tiny spherical lens attached to fiber-optic cables can pull in crisp images from a third of a mile away.
27 September 2013, 11:27 AM ET
Forget electric toothbrushes — using 3D printing, engineers have developed a new kind of toothbrush tailor-made to fit a person's mouth. All a person must do to brush is bite down.
27 September 2013, 10:30 AM ET
Carine Carmy, Director of Marketing for Shapeways, explains the challenges and possiblities that new materials bring to 3D printing.
27 September 2013, 08:26 AM ET
Children with Type I diabetes face constant finger pricking and insulin injections. But now a new teddy may make having the condition a bit more bearable.
26 September 2013, 12:48 PM ET
A recent poll shows that 15 percent of Americans don't use the Internet at all.
25 September 2013, 02:08 PM ET
Could art be made in such a way that both humans and computers can understand and appreciate it? In an attempt to bridge the gap in art perception by humans and robots, an artist uses 3D printing to create sculptures made of computers' basic language.
25 September 2013, 10:24 AM ET
In an attempt to bridge gap in art perception by humans and robots, Ashley Zelinskie, a Brooklyn-based artist uses 3D-printing to create sculptures made of computer’s basic language, the binary code.
25 September 2013, 05:00 AM ET
By using the nerves within the patients own legs and a computer algorithm to decode the signals, researchers at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago were able to give the patient intuitive control of the prothesis, even when walking up stairs.
24 September 2013, 04:15 PM ET
Reusable, magnetic nanoparticles can remove crude oil from water.
24 September 2013, 03:09 PM ET
24 September 2013, 02:38 PM ET
An extreme style of skydiving originally developed for military operations and known as HALO, or high-altitude low-opening jumps, has proven deadly for one parachuter.
24 September 2013, 01:36 PM ET
These 12 gadgets inspired years of tech innovation and helped bring about the tablet, the smartphone, hybrid laptop, and much more.
24 September 2013, 01:29 PM ET
True security comes from more than a fingerprint scan, argues enterprise security expert Kevin O'Brien.
24 September 2013, 11:02 AM ET
In an episode of the television series "Homeland," a terrorist organization assassinates the vice president of the United States by wirelessly hacking his pacemaker. Although the scenario was fictional, the underlying premise is not.
24 September 2013, 10:39 AM ET
Salvaging a shipwreck is no easy feat. Last week, a team of engineers successfully righted the 114,500-ton Costa Concordia cruise ship, which ran aground off the coast of an Italian island in January 2012.
24 September 2013, 08:10 AM ET
Dying patients could someday receive a 3D-printed organ made from their own cells rather than wait on long lists for the short supply of organ transplants. Such a dream remains far from reality, but labs have already taken the first steps.
23 September 2013, 07:48 PM ET
The iPhone 5s worked correctly for a cat and a woman without fingerprints, but a group of German hackers might finally have cracked Apple's TouchID technology.
23 September 2013, 06:57 PM ET
Despite its lightweight metal body, the Tesla Model S electric vehicle earned the highest automobile safety rating in North America
23 September 2013, 03:08 PM ET
Though digital technology provides parents an opportunity to distract or monitor their children, most parents say it doesn't make their jobs any easier. Keeping up with and making rules about new technologies can be exhausting for parents.
23 September 2013, 07:57 AM ET
From frogs and cats to giant stamps and toys, 3D printing showed off at the DIY fair.
21 September 2013, 10:14 PM ET
The lawns of Flushing Meadows-Corona Park were transformed into a giant fairground today, but instead of carnival games and dunk tanks, hundreds of tents were set up to show off the best of DIY-science.