Articles by Tuan C. Nguyen
A startup is seeking approval to sell alcohol in tiny inconspicuous packets. But the science is decades old
Researchers are putting trauma patients in a state between life and death with a technique known in movies as "suspended animation"
Forget carbon-neutral—Honda and the University of California have built a house that claims to give energy back
A Boston-based startup is piloting its invention in Alaska, but could soon bring alternative energy to the masses.
An Israeli startup has developed a bio-organic material that uses tiny nanodot crystals to quickly store energy.
Researchers used new technology to interpret a dolphin noise they say translates loosely to "seaweed"
With a host of automation features, the Aros air conditioner can help consumers save on utility costs and conserve energy
As wireless data networks face more congestion, will entrepreneur Steve Perlman's latest idea be the ultimate fix?
Tired of wasting leftover toothpaste, a student invents a new origami-inspired design that leaves nothing behind
A startup says its innovative system can deliver power to devices up to 7 feet away
A high school student has invented an LED device that uses body heat to light up
A venture capital firm plans to make the World Wide Web available to anyone with a WiFi-enabled device
A researcher says a certain strain of gut bacteria can enhance brain power—but some critics aren't sold
A new fuel-efficient airship, capable of carrying up to 50 tons, can stay aloft for weeks and land just about anywhere
Say goodbye to lengthy blood work. A new lab called Theranos says its method is faster, more accurate and much less painful