This smart bandage does the work of a doctor
The next generation of dressings can monitor wounds in real-time.
Your next phone could be made of mushrooms
A win for the environment (and fungi fans).
This genetically engineered houseplant does the air-purifying work of 30 plants
The future of air filtration is going green — literally.
These tiny magnetic robots can infiltrate tumors — and maybe destroy cancer
Bacterial cancer treatments are coming back into fashion (with some futuristic upgrades).
Forget plastic: This see-through wood material is millions of times more sustainable
Move over, polyethylene.
Thanks to this new battery, EV charging just got a whole lot faster
The invention could solve a major frustration for electric car owners.
Watch: This color-changing mouthguard lets people remotely control computers via bite
This invention could expand assistive options for people with disabilities.
These new plastics offer tasty meals to marine life (and can reduce pollution)
Let the sea critters munch away at our trash.
AI could revamp the once-doomed Smell-O-Vision
(Maybe) coming to a theater new you.
These cyborg cockroaches could save your life — and be a privacy nightmare
They even come with solar-powered backpacks.
Scientists want to give you a bionic skin to save your life
A team of engineers has developed a super flexible, chip-free sensor that could revolutionize the medical industry — and even amp up our gaming experience.
Scientists finally found an efficient way to recycle plastic foam — it could make them rich
Engineers have devised a cheap way of “upcycling” polystyrene into a valuable chemical. But is it enough to fix past environmental destruction?
Alexa could diagnose Alzheimer’s and other brain conditions — should it?
Digital personal assistants could be equipped to diagnose cognitive issues using speech, though the ethics are debatable.
This genetically modified rice could transform the global food supply
Copying one key gene could help feed hundreds of millions of people worldwide facing nutritional deficiencies.
Human settlements on the Moon will depend on answering two fundamental questions
“We need to get our brains wrapped around the potential damage we’re facing.”