ICYMI: Submersible sticky situations and elongating elastomer electrodes
Plus, a watermelon at 20,000 volts.
Artificial synapse could be key to brain-like computing
Its low-power design learns and remembers through electrical signals.
Scientists are making VR displays that match your eyesight
They can prevent headaches and nausea caused by virtual reality experiences.
Science shows that anyone could become an online troll
It's just a matter of creating the right conditions.
Stanford students recreated a 5,000-year-old Chinese beer
It's so old it took an archeologist to discover the recipe.
Brain mapping could lead to better Parkinson's treatments
Switching on specific neurons could show how diseases affect the brain at large.
AI is nearly as good as humans at identifying skin cancer
The deep learning algorithm could eventually give you a diagnosis at home.
Online learning improves when you feel like you belong
A study shows that psychological boosts can help people finish internet courses.
ICYMI: A medical breakthrough inspired by a kids toy
Just 20 cents and a little elbow grease is all it takes to diagnose blood-borne diseases.