The Italian company Dianese has developed airbag-equipped safety suits that inflate in the blink of an eye. Faster, actually.
Only four millimeters in length, Germany's millirobot can be swallowed or injected into the body, then controlled with magnetic waves.
The technique, which produced macaques Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua, could open the door to large-scale primate cloning.
Engineers at Brigham Young University have produced 3D images entirely out of light.
Middle-aged women who exercised their facial muscles on a regular basis showed improved muscle tone and appeared younger to professional dermatologists.
A Harvard engineering lab has been building a robotic bee for more than 25 years, and it can now do things that even real bees can't manage.
Robotaxis are prowling the Las Vegas Strip at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, but widespread adoption of autonomous vehicle remains far from reality.
Fossil fuels emit planet-warming carbon dioxide when burned, but Ohio State University researchers report advances in capturing those gases before they enter the atmosphere.
New data on the most mysterious star in the sky, KIC 8462852, suggests its celestial twinkle is caused by dust rather than orbiting planets — or aliens.
Physicists at the City University of New York have developed a material called diamene, which could become a new class of armor for people, vehicles, and spacecraft.