IBM-powered DNA sequencing could find bacteria in raw milk
They plan to sequence the DNA and RNA of milk and the microbes it typically gets in contact with.
Robots could soon cooperate on surveillance
Researchers are working on AI that works together to track objects.
ICYMI: Raining tiny satellites and the laundry-folding machine
Saving all of you who'd rather wear wrinkly clothes than ever fold something properly.
Cornell researchers create 3D printer that builds as you work
The 'on-the-fly' 3D print system aims for easy changes while prototyping.
Brain glucose levels can predict someone waking from a coma
Cornell University's measurement method was accurate eight out of ten times.
Researchers develop passive-aggressive robotic roommate
Using unsupervised learning, Watch-Bot's AI develops its own pet peeves.
Ancient mega-tsunamis hint at cold Martian oceans
And where there were cold oceans, there could well have been life.
GPS top hat uses directional sound to show the way
This chapeau's localized audio tells you where to go.
Scientists confirm a cornerstone of quantum computing
One of quantum physics' theories is true: atoms won't move while you're watching them.