Researchers find a more effective way to test self-driving cars
Road-safe driverless vehicles could be ready sooner than you think.
Tough water-repellent coating could lead to faster ships
You could also have truly soak-resistant clothing.
Sound waves can be used to fool your phone's motion sensors
They could hijack your device in the right conditions.
Laser pulse study could lead to ultrafast computers
We're talking about computers 100,000 times faster than current machines.
The charity that wants video game karts in every hospital
How the Gamers Outreach Foundation is making life easier for sick kids.
Spaceflight changes the shape of the human brain
And the changes get more pronounced the longer you stay in space.
'Metamaterial' can switch from soft to hard - and back again
Why not both?
Protein fingerprinting could shed light on Alzheimer's
As well as on Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Nano-sized discs teach your body to fight cancer
It could not only kill existing cancer cells, but prevent them from returning.