Harvard's robot arm can grab squishy sea animals without hurting them
It could help study jellyfish and octopuses in a safer way.
Modern copyright law can't keep pace with thinking machines
Who owns the work of an artificial intelligence?
Corkscrew light beams could lead to practical quantum computers
Specially-made surfaces can 'spin' light into strange forms.
Voter registration websites make some records vulnerable
They could be used to manipulate election results.
Listening to starlight: Our ongoing search for alien intelligence
If ET is out there, he's doing a great job hiding from us.
Soft robot wraps around your heart to help it beat
The device could one day restore heart function without touching your blood.
Exotic bird inspires cheaper light-based camouflage design
"Structured coloration" could give you an impossible-to-chip paint job.
ICYMI: The first autonomous robotic octopus has arrived
Woozits and whatzits will now be 3D-printed sea creatures.
ICYMI: Cellphone motor as mic and fuel from sunlight
Artificial photosynthesis creates gas from sunlight, CO2 and water.