Scientists predict human thought in real time, nearly every time
Researchers at the University of Washington tracked perception at the speed of thought.
Scientists reanimate tiny frozen animals after 30 years
The thawed "moss piglets" bred and produced healthy offspring.
Science: No, you can't be Spider-Man
Research shows that humans are just too big to climb walls.
Tiny cameras spy on crows making tools
Scientists have the first footage of tropical crows fashioning tools in the wild.
Tiny microscope lets you see the smallest-ever inkjet prints
Scrona's phone-controlled uPeek can zoom into just about anything, including a record-setting inkjet print.
Humans are smart because we sleep weird
Duke University research believes that it's not the duration, but the quality.
Researchers discover the source of animals' natural compasses
They don't use the North Star.
Stanford scientists get a little closer to a medical tricorder
Doctors will be able to tell what's wrong with you from across the room by 2030.
Researchers use video games to test chameleons' vision
Thanks to simple video games, scientists know that chameleons really can track separate objects with each eye.