Researchers used complex 3D nanostructures to produce holograms with the rich colors and bright display that may one day make sophisticated holograms an everyday reality.
A neurologist and amateur jazz musician has taken brain-powered music one step further with a device that instantly turns brain signals into synthesized tones.
A new batch of genomes expands the catalog of microbe-derived proteins and enzymes that could transform medicine, energy production, and various other fields.
Politics in the social messaging era raises constitutional questions, as the Knight First Amendment Institute threatens to take legal action against the US president.
A new study offers a cautionary tale for using the widely hyped gene-editing tool CRISPR on people.
The HomePod will stream more than 40 million songs from the Apple Music library while using Siri’s voice-recognition skills and real-time AI to double as a personal assistant.
Graphene's unique properties make it one of the world's most exciting materials, and it’s hard to think of an industry or technology that wouldn’t be transformed if it lives up to the hype.
Genomes sequenced from ancient Egyptian mummies have more in common with modern Europeans than modern Egyptians.
From the earliest ages, girls and boys have very different interactions with their fathers, according to new research.
Scientists have invented an electrically conductive coating that turns any fabric into a simple circuit.