With the help of a brain implant and artificial intelligence, people who have lost their ability to speak may now be able to verbally communicate once again.
In a world first, scientists have successfully beamed solar power from space to Earth without a single wire.
The field of chemistry reached a new level with the world's first X-ray of a single atom to characterize it, a feat that could revolutionize the world of science and further advanced technologies and medical research.
The world's leading manufacturer of EV batteries, a China-based company, is developing the next generation of electric batteries, opening the possibility for electric aviation and super long range.
In their quest to protect the Ecuadorian Amazon, a group of indigenous guards have welcome technology, improving the role they play in the survival of the rainforest’s biodiversity and consequently, the protection of the planet.
A California-based startup teamed up with scientists from the University of California, the United States, to develop a non-invasive “sniffing” method to identify the sex of chicken embryos within days of fertilization, thus preventing cruel and unethical ways to dispose of unwanted chicks.
A snake-like robot is going through testing and development in the hopes that the self-propelled and autonomous machine could, in the near future, explore a wide variety of surfaces, including Saturn’s icy moon Enceladus, and possibly proof of life.
Luxury jeweler Cartier is making the move from mined diamonds to lab-made diamonds - and they are certainly not the only ones.
A revolutionary new tool will soon allow for a detailed analysis of air pollution from more than 22,000 miles above the ground.
Following decades of efforts to improve the resolution of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, a team of researchers from diverse American universities have created the sharpest images yet of a mouse brain, leading to a better understanding of the human brain.