Regular inkjet printers only work with watery liquids, but one that uses sound waves can print with almost anything as ink, from honey to metals to human cells
The state's already ambitious efforts to fight climate change may get more juice—but tech and policy will have to play catch-up.
The planet-wide dust storm on Mars that’s stranded the Opportunity rover since June is subsiding, and NASA has given engineers just 45 more days to wake it up
Knowing what a cancer will do next could help doctors treat patients or prolong their lives with pre-emptive treatments
As the battle for power in the US Congress hots up it offers the best chance yet to address the lack of politicians with science backgrounds, says Shaughnessy Naughton
One parasitic worm's devilish strategy may reduce inflammation and discomfort in its mouse host. Trippy, man...
DeepMind has created a new set of demanding tests for artificial intelligence to probe its theory of mind. No AI has passed it yet, but one was extremely close
A Tesla was caught on video going airborne after blasting over railroad tracks. Here's how to estimate its speed.
An experiment in 1970 found that coral bleach and die in warming waters. Now a repeat of the experiment suggests some corals are adapting to rising temperatures
Air pollution is worse for infants than adults. Here are the design features to look for in a pram to protect against it