High-speed video shows how water lily beetles sprint on water
These critters move fast, and now we know how they do it.
ICYMI: Supersonic jetliner, the issue of sea sponge and more
Sea sponges are the first animal on Earth and we like it that way.
Watch Stanford's self-driving Audi hit the track
It sounds like no fun, but the idea is to prevent crashes like the one Google had recently.
AI learns to predict human reactions by reading our fiction
It's certainly easier than hand-coding a sense of morality.
6 of the world's wildest self-driving cars
In one case, make that "wildest flying self-driving car."
Game algorithm could help win elections
Computer science has solved one of game theory's biggest challenges.
Stanford's 'Gecko Glove' makes Spider-Man climbing possible
Cambridge researchers claimed humans are too big to wall-climb. Now meet Elliot Hawkes.
How a novel class of microscopes has changed science
Super-resolution fluorescence microscopy FTW!
Finally, a lithium battery that doesn't explode
No more Hoverboard fires.