Harvard researchers make better, smarter walking aids
New algorithms make it easier for people with mobility issues to walk.
MilliDelta robot surgeon is the size of a one cent coin
The miniature bot can move much faster than its counterparts.
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.
Harvard's new RoboBee can fly in and out of water
The team is hoping their work can inspire microrobots that have more capabilities.
Smart tattoos turn your skin into a health tracker
Who needs a smartwatch when ink can do the trick?
Harvard's tiny robotic arm can make endoscopic surgery safer
It can be scaled down for incredibly sensitive procedures in the brain or lungs.
Researchers make biomedical adhesive inspired by slug slime
It’s super sticky, but also really tough and flexible.
Facebook pledges funding to non-profit election security group
The social network will give $500,000 to help start the bipartisan organization.