IBM's new antimicrobial hydrogel tackles diseased biofilms and kills drug resistant bacteria.
In Brazil, QR codes created as traditional mosaics offer expanded information on tourist hot spots.
Aerated shower head saves on water but doesn't slack on making lather
Martian spring "dry ice" thaw forms dunes from powerful escaping gasses
Curiosity rolls out the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) complete with white and UV lights to probe a special rock.
Artist and architect Peter Jellitsch’s latest work gives us a physical model of what Wi-Fi looks like.
Australian firefighters swallowed a temperature sensing data pill during a training exercise to test its efficacy as a safety tool.
The new trend in bicycle locks is integrating an existing feature and transforming it into a lock. With the new Quick Stand & Lock, it's built into the kickstand.
Stephen Hawking's battle with Lou Gehrig's disease continues, and his ability to communicate deteriorates. He's asked Intel to help come up with a solution.
According to a recent study, corrections in red pen destroy any warm and fuzzy feeling we might have about our teachers.