Tiny vibration-powered robots could repair your body from the inside
The 'bristle-bots' don't need batteries to move quickly.
Synthetic fiber 'muscles' could lead to brawny robots and prosthetics
They can carry many times their own weight.
NASA backs demo that will 3D-print spacecraft parts in orbit
It could lead to space-based construction and fewer spacewalks.
Hitting the Books: Gravity's mystery may prove our multiverse exists
The MCU isn't the only game in town.
Decades of spy satellite images help track melting Himalayan glaciers
They can cover terrain and time ranges ordinary methods can't.
MIT is turning AI into a pizza chef
You might only need to show one photo to start baking.
Your smart speaker could tell if you're experiencing cardiac arrest
AI could listen for the telltale gasps and call for help.
Your sleep tracker might make insomnia worse
Inaccurate data and score obsessions could lead to unneeded anxiety.
VR and microscopy help scientists see 'inside' diseases
It can show details you wouldn't catch in 2D.