After decades of building cars for GM, Toyota and Volkswagen, Mexico now has the homegrown engineering talent and skilled labor to stand on its own.
Stanford University researchers have developed an advanced brain-computer interface that lets paralyzed patients type quickly and accurately.
Simply walk into this room and your electronic devices begin to recharge.
Stanford researchers have developed a new method of extracting trace amounts of uranium from seawater instead of mining.
The Lumos Helmet sports integrated lights that clearly indicate braking and turning.
A new nano printing technique using graphene creates integrated circuits that are just atoms thick, and could lead to huge advances in speed and power.
Archivists and environmentalists have been gathering to collect and safeguard scientific research from government databases, with another meeting set to follow Scott Pruitt's confirmation as EPA chief.
The unassuming 3D-printed gravity meter was commissioned by a private citizen and manufactured aboard the ISS, and represents a significant step forward in space exploration.
Flexible blade design based on dragonflies could fundamentally change how we harvest wind energy.