Johns Hopkins performs the first total penis and scrotum transplant
The veteran who received the surgery is recovering now and hopes to be discharged this week.
A quadrocopter could be used to explore Saturn's largest moon
If accepted, Johns Hopkins' Dragonfly drone would enter service in 2019.
Drones can safely carry blood bags
It's good news for rescuers who can't wait for life-saving supplies.
ICYMI: Hawaiian crows are our new favorite animal
So smart that adolescents can teach themselves to use tools.
Surgical robot could sew you up better than a doctor
Robot, robot knots (cue Daft Punk bassline here).
Johns Hopkins' drone flies straight from an underwater station
Release the CRACUNS!
NASA picks solar power candidates for deep space missions
Four outfits, including ATK and Boeing, are making deals.
Here's why the surface of Mercury is so dark
The tiny planet is covered in a light-absorbing element.
ICYMI: 3D-printed ears, autonomous DARPA drones and more
An ear printed with a plastic material is able to grow capillaries when placed inside a mouse.