This MIT robot, rolling on tank tracks, can already 3D-print a concrete dome structure in 14 hours. But the development team has plans to have it roaming the land on its own, selecting and clearing building sites, designing homes, gathering building materials and completing construction without any human intervention...
Sequencing the entire genome of an organism is no easy feat, but the benefits can be as important as saving species from the brink of extinction, fighting cancer, getting rid of pests – and now, brewing better booze.
Over a series of flight tests in the last 12 months, Lockheed Martin's Fury drone has demonstrated a reliable ability to fly for more than 12 hours at a time.
Meet the Fury drone, Lockheed Martin's latest Group 3 Unmanned Air System. Built for electronic surveillance, recon, intelligence and communication link missions, the Fury launches off a trailer-mounted catapult and lands by flying headfirst into a big net...
While most of the Nintendo buzz lately has been focused on the portable/home console hybrid, the Switch, a surprise announcement today shows the company hasn't completely dropped its other portable gaming line.
NISMO is one of the most recognizable names in world motorsport, but Nissan has been slow to capitalize on its pull.
New research could mean that a pill to provide some of the same health benefits as exercise could eventually move from fantasy to reality.
The human brain is an enigma wrapped in a skull, but the field of neuroscience is beginning to unravel its secrets.
Given that there are currently 415 million adults around the world with diabetes, it's not surprising there's a multi-billion dollar market for diabetic devices.
Samsung and Oculus are back with another Gear VR – the third in 17 months (or fifth in two and a half years, if you count the two semi-consumer Innovator Edition models).
By now, most people are familiar with sunrise alarm clocks – they're the ones that gradually wake you up by simulating a sunrise.
Based on its small size and limited range, the Nissan Leaf would usually be one of the last vehicles you'd choose for driving thousands of miles through remote areas of the world.
Over the past several years, we've heard about a number of swallowable electronic devices that perform functions such as transmitting video and measuring gases as they pass through the gastrointestinal tract.
First came transparent brain tissue, then mostly transparent mice. Now, researchers at Caltech have applied a tissue-clearing technique to make bones see-through.
Baby humpback whales face something of a baptism of fire when they're introduced to the world. Born in the tropics during the summer, these calves take on as much weight as possible before embarking on an epic 5,000-mi (8,000 km) journey to the food-rich waters of the Antarctic or Arctic.
Acer announced a profusion of products at a press event in New York today. Highlights include additions to the Switch 2-in-1 line, a new line of affordable Aspire notebooks and the Predator Triton 700 gaming laptop...
Should we ever get human settlers on Mars, they'll likely have to construct their buildings at least partially out of Martian soil.
Combining two cellular-editing processes, researchers have developed cartilage that fights inflammation.
A busted bumper or banged up panel can give some indication of the severity of a car crash, but what about the unfortunate vehicle's insides?
A new startup from California is campaigning for a smart motorcycle brake light that can be fitted to any helmet without requiring installation on the bike.