It may seem soft and squishy to the touch, but a new robot is tough on the inside and ready to pounce, researchers say.
Slinky snake robots could get a better grip when climbing, thanks to new research on how a seahorse's tail works, according to a new study.
"Astoundingly huge" dinosaur Dreadnoughtus schrani is rewriting the book on the physical limits of life.
Could genetic information that is left on cigarette butts, chewed gum and fingernail clippings be harnessed for nefarious purposes?
3D printers are best known for churning out brightly colored plastic doodads, but two companies are exploring the scientific uses of these machines.
By mimicking children's pop-up books, scientists can now make complex microscopic 3D shapes that model brain circuitry and blood vessels, researchers say.
Using a 3D printer to visualize tiny molecules can help scientists develop new drugs and completely synthetic molecules.
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