Virtual wound will teach medics how to treat soldiers
It may look disgusting, but this virtual injury could save a soldier's life.
UCLA chemist: Life on Earth began way earlier than we thought
Life might have started much, much earlier
ICYMI: Zero-G booze glass, exoskeleton walk of fame and more
A zero-gravity whiskey glass needs rose gold to work properly in space and other essential stuff, in today's ICYMI.
THORwin humanoid machine wins robotic soccer championship
US entry THORwin, a humanoid robot by UCLA and UPenn, wins the top prize for this year's adult-sized RoboCup soccer competition.
UCLA discovers how solar cells' charges can last for weeks
Solar cells have always been inspired by photosynthesis, so it's only natural for researchers to t...
Lasers quickly load thousands of cells with nano-sized cargo
Doctors dream of injecting cells with large nanoscopic cargo to treat or study illnesses. The exis...
Scientists show how you can restore lost memories
It's scary to lose memories, especially in the early phases of diseases like Alzheimer's -- you're...
Lens-free microscope lets almost anyone spot cancer
High-powered microscopes are useful for spotting cancer and other diseases in cells, but they're e...
Game design course led by God of War vets taking applications
Whitney Wade, Sony Santa Monica production manager, and Marianne Krawczyk, a writer on the God of W...