Scientists from NASA and Russia team up to send expedited supplies from the launchpas to the ISS in the same day.
One DIYer builds the nerdiest motorized wheelchair using Lego and Mindstorm NXTs.
The first swallowable microchip is here to keep track of your well-being.
Japanese engineers unveil the finished version of their 13-foot, five-ton robotic exoskeleton. You can get one of your own... for $1.3 million.
UC Berkeley researchers restore sight to genetically blind mice with a single chemical injection, and it may work on humans too.
Harvard researcher team up with DARPA to create a system of silicon chips that simulate the human body.
Gliese 581g, located 20 light years from Earth, may be the most Earth-like exoplanet yet discovered.
Hardware modder Will Powell builds a pair of Google Glass-inspired subtitle glasses that translate spoken foreign languages as you hold a conversation.
UCLA researchers team up to create clear solar panels that generate electricity and still let visible light through at the same time.
These cases let you make your Kindle Fire or iPad look like a vintage copy of Moby Dick or The Great Gatsby.
Raspberry Pi gets its first optimized OS release--called Raspbian--which much faster web browsing.
The USGS digitizes its collection of historic topological maps of the United States for your viewing pleasure.
German scientists develop an ultra-lightweight material made of 99.99 percent air and 0.01 percent carbon nanotubes.
Lockheed Martin completes a successful 48-hour test of its Stalker UAS and a laser-recharging system.