Your phone can measure acceleration, magnetic field, sound, location, and maybe more—which turns it into a portable data collector for science projects.
The first high-quality, complete sequence of the bread wheat genome could support the creation of the first genetically modified wheat.
Not only are deep-sea coral ecosystems thriving on oil and gas rigs in the North Sea, their larvae may be helping repopulate damaged natural reefs
A mean robot watching over you increases your focus on the most important parts of a task more than a friendly robot or even no robot at all
A Russian satellite has been getting closer to Earth without a clear reason and US officials are concerned that it could be a space weapon
Researchers have developed the most effective technique for lucid dreaming yet, and it may allow people to fulfil fantasies and overcome nightmares and phobias
England’s plans to make everyone an organ donor by default could make families less likely to give consent, perhaps leading to a fall in transplant operations
Although DDT has been banned for decades in many countries, exposure to its breakdown products may be influencing whether mothers have autistic babies
Birth control app Natural Cycles has come under fire for unwanted pregnancies, but this just reveals how little we understand contraception
A pair of clever studies show how the development of advanced social robots is far outpacing our understanding of how they’re going to make us feel.