What if coaches could know as soon as an athlete sustains a head injury? A startup in upstate New York has a wearable device that could help keep players safer by sending alerts and measuring hits as soon as they…
By Michael D. Regan
The Solar Impulse-2 finished the most challenging leg of its around-the-world trip, which started in March 2015 in the United Arab Emirates, in an attempt to draw attention to clean-energy technology.
By PBS NewsHour
About 76 million Indians don’t have regular access to clean drinking water, the most of any country in the world. But a new nationwide experiment aims to address the water crisis with “water ATMs,” machines that purify water on site…
Five years ago, Ian Burkhart broke his neck at the beach, leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. Now he has regained some movement in his hands and fingers thanks to technology that communicates his thoughts directly to his muscles.
A brain implant and an electronic sleeve have restored hand movements in a paralyzed quadriplegic person for the first time.
Renowned physicist Stephen Hawking and Russian-born billionaire announce new quest for space exploration.
By Andrew Small
Hari Sreenivasan spoke to The Verge deputy editor of Chris Ziegler, who had a chance to ride in the Model 3 at its opening exhibition, about his first impressions.
By Joshua Barajas
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have designed a new robot capable of mimicking winged insects and their myriad movements.
By Nsikan Akpan
By nailing down the genetic ingredients for life, synthetic biologists at the J. Craig Venter Institute may have redefined the rules for what's essential for survival.
By Nsikan Akpan
Here are 3 reasons why your health care records will likely be hacked.
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