Are you a chortler? What about guffaws, giggles or hyena laughs? If you have the best laugh, whatever the joyful sound, it could end up getting turned into a 3D-printed sculpture sent into space.
A group of 65 women jumped out of planes over the Arizona desert, diving headlong into a new record.
The University of Cincinnati's Hyperloop pod prototype achieved magnetic levitation and is headed to a test track at SpaceX headquarters in early 2017.
A hydrogel forearm cuff works as a touchpad for gaming, playing music, and scrolling through notes on a computer screen.
As "smart" electronics get smaller and softer, scientists are developing new medical devices that could be applied to — or in some cases, implanted in — our bodies.
New wound dressings aimed at helping people whose wounds won't heal have an unconventional source: human placental tissue.
As automobiles incorporate more navigation and wireless communication technologies, could these super-connected cars become increasingly vulnerable to hackers?
Octopuses, with their underwater dexterity and camouflage abilities, have inspired much technological innovation. Here are some novel technologies that have been created based on the sea creature.
People who need organ transplants may die while waiting receive them, and so researchers are looking for ways to produce organs that don't require a donor.
There are many apps for new parents that can help them answer questions about their baby's health, as well as manage their own sanity.
Elevators for the CTF Guangzhou skyscraper under construction in China will transport passengers at a record-breaking 45 miles per hour.