Harvard engineers designed a 'soft wearable robot'
The flexible suit is aimed at patients with limited mobility.
Gene editing discovery might treat many more diseases
It's now possible to reliably modify individual DNA letters.
Pop-up sensor would give robot surgeons a sense of touch
Harvard's unique expanding sensor would let robot surgeons feel their patients.
Explore the world's economy in Harvard's trippy 3D map
Harvard wants to help make sense of the world economy through a trippy, interactive 3D map.
Prototype roboglove gives patients with weak grips a hand
For patients suffering from the effects of a stroke, ALS or muscular dystrophy, routine tasks like...
Harvard engineering class tries to make the best BBQ smoker
As part of a 14-week-long assignment, 16 Harvard engineering students were given the task to creat...
The building blocks of life found orbiting another star
Looks like NASA's Chief Scientist Ellen Stofan may have over-estimated how long it would take to f...
Harvard used cameras to track attendance without telling students
You've probably had professors that got on your case for missing class, but they don't hold a cand...
Watch this soft robot walk through snow and get squished by a car
Soft robots aren't just supremely flexible; they can take quite a bruising, too. If you need proof...