IBM’s Sequoia supercomputer takes first place for world’s fastest, and brings the title back to the US.
Syracuse University scientists harness the light producing compounds from fireflies to create a lighting system that doesn't use electricity.
Reseachers engineer an artificial finger that can feel the texture difference between satin and drywall.
MIT engineers develop an implantable fuel cell that pulls electricity from glucose to power neural implants.
University of Colorado Boulder students develop an automated garden for deep space missions.
Utah State University engineers develop a powerful vacuum pack that soldiers can use to scale vertical walls.
Author Neal Stephenson teams up with the Subutai Corporation to create an authentic, motion-controlled sword-fighting game.
What sorcery is this? US Naval researchers develop a new breed of photovoltaic cells that work efficiently underwater.
Clambook is a laptop peripheral that’s powered entirely by an Android or Apple smartphone.
Army scientists boost single-cell battery density by 30 percent by mixing in a chemical additive into electrodes.
Corning introduces its new ultra-thin and super-flexible Willow Glass that the company says is just as tough as Gorilla Glass.
This retro gaming tower comes loaded with the original console boards from the NES, PlayStation 2, Sega Master System, and 20 other retro consoles.
Swiss scientists find a way to treat spinal cord injuries and have disabled rats walking within weeks.
No headphones required: A design student creates a mouth mounted MP3 player that uses your head as a speaker.