As conservationists struggle to save endangered species, a litter of adorable puppies -- and the secret behind their birth -- might provide a helpful breeding tool. The puppies, born in July, are the first successful examples of in vitro fertilization…
By Michael D. Regan
A young New Hampshire inventor has worked for years to create a product that limits distracted driving.
By PBS NewsHour
By PBS NewsHour
If you add up all of the innovations made from the late 1800s up to 1970, there's been no comparable stretch of economic growth, before or since, says economist Robert Gordon. According to his new book, "The Rise and Fall…
Go is considered the most complicated game in human history. Google has now built an artificial intelligence program that can beat a professional player.
By Nsikan Akpan
These genetically modified monkeys exhibit some of the social deficits and anxiety behaviors observed in human autism and may help uncover new therapies.
3D laser scanners and virtual reality has been an emerging player in police investigations, such as with Tamir Rice and San Bernardino. But at trial, do these realistic depictions always show every point of view.
From a hoverboard that doubles as your butler to an alarm clock that wakes you up by scent -- here are ten of the most cutting-edge gadgets from the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show…
By Joshua Barajas
A new Twitter feature could let users exceed its current 140-character limit.
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