Brain-fixing injectable wires will soon be tested on humans
Doctors will use it to perform experiments on people with epilepsy.
Neural networks are powerful thanks to physics, not math
The very nature of the universe helps deep learning computers solve problems quickly.
ICYMI: The first autonomous robotic octopus has arrived
Woozits and whatzits will now be 3D-printed sea creatures.
Harvard's Octobot is a soft, fully autonomous robot
The current version can only wiggle its tentacles, but it's a start.
Zika virus' effects are broader than first thought
Babies may have to deal with far more than small heads.
Have a virtual visit to the Bauhaus with Harvard's collection
Over 32,000 pieces of art are available to look through online.
Harvard's battery tech takes cues from vitamin B2
They only had to make a couple of tweaks to the original B2 molecule.
ICYMI: Space foam party and mind reading for horses
A new rover concept would drop foam over rocky terrain, creating quick-drying bridges.
Harvard researchers built a living robot out of rat hearts
I'm not even kidding.