Swedish researchers used a bioink composed of human cells to 3D print and implant cartilage into mice — with results that could lead to advances in reconstructive surgery.
Zika, dengue, and chikungunya cases around the world are on the rise and current methods for diagnosing infection require time-consuming and expensive laboratory tests.
Remote-controlled robots will journey to the bottom of the ocean in search of copper, nickel, cobalt, gold, and platinum as global demand for minerals surges.
The natural gas methane packs more than 80 times the warming power of carbon dioxide — and it routinely leaks from aged urban pipelines.
A team of researchers has developed an inexpensive method for 3D bacterial printing, a technique that could be used to develop mother-of-pearl fake teeth, powerful microlenses, and graphene.
Doctors Without Borders is launching a VR film that it hopes will sensitize soldiers and government officials to attacks on its hospitals.
While the Hermit Kingdom says that the rocket engine is intended to launch satellites into space, some experts believe that it is actually the first-stage rocket for an intercontinental ballistic missile.
The British design studio Those wants to modernize illustration in the digital age while providing a playful new medium for art and communication in a world driven by short texts and hastily written emails.