Through the evolution of knowledge engineering, computer written fiction could be a stepping stone in technology that has yet to be defined.
London's Blackfriars Train Station is now the world's largest solar bridge.
by Ellen Jorgensen
Easy enough for kids and amateur scientists to use, you might say DNA barcoding is inherently democratic.
Video games may one day be used to treat learning disabilities.
by Utne Reader staff
Arctic Cod may hold the key to a more efficient method for storing blood.
Through biomimicry, researchers have developed a silicone surface for fighting bacteria that was inspired by the microscopic spikes on dragonfly wings.
Synthetic hormones prescribed in the 1960s for fertility may have endangered multiple generations, perhaps even causing the recent rise in autism, according to new epigenetic research.
A simple yet innovative product makes accessing clean water more sustainable.
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