Just as sweating is one way the body cools off, a new type of fabric could help people reduce body heat.
A 3D-printed smartphone microscope system is making microbiology interactive by allowing schoolkids to experiment and play games with light-seeking microbes.
The battery can withstand twists, bends and other deformations while maintaining its ability to hold a charge.
An augmented-reality helmet that gives cyclists a 360-degree view of the road could help prevent accidents, according to the device's designers.
After considering nearly 1,000 entries, the panel of Dyson engineers have narrowed down the possible winners of the James Dyson Award to a shortlist of the following 20 inventions.
A new product called Jewelbots aims to elevate friendship bracelets from fashionable status symbols to an interactive, educational tool that teaches kids to code.
Emotions can be tricky enough for humans to read, let alone machines, but a new system can predict people's feelings with 87 percent accuracy by bouncing wireless signals off them, researchers say.
Researchers have developed a body-based transmission system that keeps passwords secure.
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