His contributions to mathematics and electrical engineering made him one of the most beloved and instantly recognizable men of his time.
Some folks say this should be declared National Relaxation Day. Here are some products that claim to help you get your mellow on
Clothing embedded with nanotechnology taps into our growing desire to turn everyday things into electronic gadgets
An introduction to our new blog about people and ideas that likely will shape the way we will live one day
Scientists are beginning to analyze sewage to track the use of illegal drugs
Will unmanned aerial vehicles—drones—soon take civilian passengers on pilotless flights?
Oncologist Brian Druker developed a new treatment for a deadly cancer, leading to a breakthrough that has transformed medicine
Solar technologies being pioneered in Spain show even greater promise for the United States
Energy harvested from our bodies will make possible mind-boggling gadgetry
Scientists have come to some surprising conclusions about the world and our place in it. Are some things just better left unknown?
Smithsonian scientists use radio technology to track animals in an island jungle in the middle of the Panama Canal
Journalist Rebecca Skloot’s new book investigates how a poor black tobacco farmer had a groundbreaking impact on modern medicine
Astrophysicist Lisa Kaltenegger analyzes light from distant stars for evidence we're not alone
To clean highly polluted groundwater, Michael Wong has developed a detergent based on gold
Biologist Beth Shapiro has figured out a recipe for success in the field of ancient DNA research
With a possible pandemic in our future, immunologist John Wherry is racing to develop a once-a-lifetime vaccine
Primatologist Brian Hare investigates the social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos in Africa. But dogs and foxes showed him the way
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