Harvard engineers designed a 'soft wearable robot'
The flexible suit is aimed at patients with limited mobility.
ICYMI: Science Spiderman would love and more
Spider silk strands could create stretchable circuit boards.
Researchers create mirror image of DNA-copying protein
This important step paves the way for reverse-versions of molecules that might be more resistant to viral attacks.
Art school grads use tech to tackle big issues
For industrial design students at New York's Pratt Institute, there's a lot more at stake than just a degree.
Brain testing app will help diagnose mental health issues
Don't be afraid when it tells you that you're totally average.
ICYMI: Pill-sized robot cleans your innards and much more
This thing can unfold, then clean and repair your stomach. This is not a drill.
Researchers develop 'liquid wire' that acts like spider silk
And the nature-inspired threads could have a wide range of applications.
Doctors perform first penis transplant in the US
"I want to go back to being who I was," says the 64-year-old recipient.
The White House wants to study the Earth's microbes
It's setting $121 million aside to fund studies on microorganisms.