Even your academic advisor might one day be a robot
IBM's new AI system will help you survive college.
ICYMI: Tiny sperm motor, tablet for the blind and more
Infertility treatments might soon hitch an outboard motor to your 'lil swimmers.
Morphing Braille tablets offer graphics to the blind
You wouldn't have to read one line at a time, or listen to voices.
Lie detection software learns from real court cases
Humans were only accurate half the time, but the computer was up to 75 percent accurate.
Kirigami-inspired solar cells can track the sun without motors
These solar cells just need a little stretch as they twist to follow the sun.
Heartbeat chip tests medicine based on your natural rhythms
Scientists can simulate organs on chips when testing medicine, but mimicking your natural rhythm i...
Super-thin Kevlar layers promise safer, slimmer batteries
Scientists have spent a lot of time trying to lengthen battery life, but safety and thickness matt...
Tech companies want you to have free web encryption
Ideally, you'd encrypt everything you do on the web to keep it away from spies and thieves. Howev...
Combating counterfeiters could soon be as easy as breathing
Researchers at the University of Michigan have developed an iridescent material that reveals hidde...