Amadeus Code uses machine learning to generate tunes based on music dating as far back as the 16th century.
An experimental neuroprosthetic device monitors the brain waves of test subjects and identifies the sentences that they hear.
Stanford University researchers boosted production of a cough suppressant 18,000-fold by using brewer’s yeast and engineered genes from poppies and rats.
The lifelike movements of the robot mean it can navigate aquatic environments without triggering any discernible alarm among marine life.
MIT's Collective Debate asks users to argue with an AI bot designed to moderate their views.
New research reveals the biological origins of synesthesia — the mysterious condition that causes a person to 'see' sounds or even 'taste' words.
An estimated 600,000 to 800,000 viral species could jump from animals to humans, and researchers hope to identify and counter them before they become the next pandemic.
A new study shows a statistically significant decline in gun injuries across the country during the National Rifle Association's annual convention.
A new, organic technique produces non-toxic, biodegradable paints that shine as brilliantly as peacock feathers and butterfly wings.
A meta-analysis of over twenty years of research suggests there is no correlation between the passage of laws legalizing medical marijuana and increased adolescent use.