High-tech materials and farming may seem like an unlikely mix, but new research suggests diamond-edged plows could have serious environmental payoffs.
To help prevent pedestrian accidents, otherwise silent electric cars must emit a noise while they drive. What noise? It's up to carmakers. Ford has presented us with some potential options. Behold, the sweet, sweet music of the Spaceship engine.
A robotic bird that is so lifelike it fools other birds into flying with it may be the first step in humanity's ability to truly mimic the natural world, and thus learn how to better use our planet.
The patient was saved by cutting-edge technology used on burn victims and wounded soldiers. But the patient in question isn't a person, it's a sea turtle, the first animal saved by tissue regeneration procedures. Warning: graphic sea turtle surgery photos.
In the latest installment of the Butterfly Effect, we look at what might happen if interest in soccer continues to grow: TV deals, a World Cup victory, and the American Dirk Nowitzki.
Instead of cashing in on what could be a $1.2 trillion industry, our patchwork collection of local, city, and state governments fight over who should pay to update our infrastructure. This needs to stop.
You can't find out if an electric car is really going to fit your needs during a test drive. But this new app measures your current driving habits and tells you if an EV or hybrid fits your lifestyle.
Now that we can sequence genomes, doctors now have enough complex genetic information to know what ailments you might encounter in the future and how best to treat them. The IT Future of Medicine project would help docs tailor care for individuals using genetically identical "virtual patients."