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"
A simple culinary technique may go a long way toward ridding the world of excess plastic waste.
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"
Designer Arturo Vittori says his invention can provide remote villages with more than 25 gallons of clean drinking water per day
With a host of automation features, the Aros air conditioner can help consumers save on utility costs and conserve energy
In a landmark procedure, surgeons used 3D printing techniques to restore a patient's facial likeness after a horrific injury
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
Inventors say a new device can detect irregularities and even intervene before heart attacks turn deadly
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
A solar-powered toilet is the latest hope for the 2.5 billion people without access to clean water
Page 1 of 6