Harvard's robot arm can grab squishy sea animals without hurting them
It could help study jellyfish and octopuses in a safer way.
Science takes a step toward coding virus-resistant human cells
There are many challenges to making this a reality.
New brain-computer interface breaks through locked-in syndrome
The experimental system is right about 70 percent of the time.
Harvard's soft exosuit makes walking 23 percent easier
The exosuit could help people walk again and help soldiers carry heavy supply packs on the battlefield.
Harvard engineers designed a 'soft wearable robot'
The flexible suit is aimed at patients with limited mobility.
3D printer uses lasers to create metallic objects in midair
This Harvard-designed machine uses silver nanoparticles as ink.
ICYMI: Robots, disappearing medical skin and more
Bomb dismantling, walking on a steep grade and other amazing robot feats.
Harvard researchers trial cheap, efficient paper-based Zika test
It could get results in hours instead of the days or weeks it takes current tests.
Medicine-covered nanoparticles could help stroke victims
Scientists combined existing blood clot busting techniques with tiny nanoparticles to help stroke victims