MIT researchers have created a soft robotic fish that can turn at angles as extreme as 100 degrees, which is a major breakthrough for soft robotics.
MIT looks to nature, specifically the razor clam, to create a robot capable of digging into sand and becoming a smart anchor.
Everyone loves Brita water filters, but they might not really be any more useful than sapwood from trees.
MIT students created a book that you wear, allowing you to experience the story’s emotions as you read.
Scientists at MIT use nanoparticles to create a perfectly transparent and low-cost projection screen.
Step aside Kinect, MIT's new 3D motion sensors have the power to see through walls.
Microsoft just released their second-gen Kinect, but thanks to MIT it's already yesterday's tech.
Digital interaction gets an upgrade via MIT's sensor and touch-powered surface, which allows for remote physical interactivity in real-time.
MIT’s DarkLight project develops a particle accelerator that scientists hope will lead to the creation of dark matter in a lab.
This prototype bracelet can keep you comfortable by heating or cooling just your wrists.