The U.S. approves the sale and manufacture of "Luke," an innovative prosthetic arm that uses brain signals for triggering movement.
The speed and efficiency of the human brain is puts modern computers to shame, but a new computer modeled on synaptic connections is thousands of times faster and tens of thousands of times more efficient than the computers we have today.
A new patent filing shows that Google is exploring ways to embed a camera into your eyeball with an electronic contact lens.
Well, cyborg tech, and fending off outbreaks of zombie-creating diseases. Thanks DARPA!
MIT combines plants with nanotechnology, making them capable of producing energy and even acting as pollution sensors.
DARPA is looking for technology that will enable them to create a brain implant that will restore missing memories from brain-damaged soldiers.
An amputee tests out a newly-developed bionic hand that lets him feel objects for the first time in nine years.
This electronic thermometer looks like a wafer-thin postage stamp with a barcode of sorts imprinted on it, and it continuously monitors the heat in your blood.
A world where we can all have nano-scale tech embedded in our bodies is right around the corner, thanks to two women at Tel Aviv University.
Researchers have devised a new approach towards brain-computer interfaces that could give us control over machines with a thought.