The Robot Will See You Now A robot dentist in China has successfully operated on a human patient without human input and, more importantly, without any harm coming to the patient.
Science Here's how these huge storms form. Every tropical cyclone that forms on Earth has the same basic structure that sets these storms apart from the rest.
Improving Crypto Usability Cryptocurrencies, and the blockchain technology upon which these digital coins are built, have continued to make headlines in recent months.
Effectively Converting CO2 Much of today’s efforts to cool the planet involves limiting human-made carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions.
AirBuddy makes diving a lot simpler. The post Scuba Gear Recharges as Easily as Your Phone appeared first on Futurism.
Accelerator Access Particle accelerators have proven to be invaluable to the attempts of science to answer some of the most complex questions offered up by the field of physics.
From Home Delivery to Fridge Delivery Walmart wants to make it easier for your online orders and groceries to get to your home and into your fridge.
You’ve probably heard the phrase, “Don’t give up.” I do, from my mom, all the time, and she’s always led by example.
For decades, scientists have known that in near-Earth space there are thousands of comets and asteroids that periodically cross Earth’s orbit.
Obtaining information about illegal drug use isn't a simple task. The illicit nature of the subject makes gathering information on the who and the what of drug consumption problematic.
Gadgets The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 24. Five rad and random kitchen things I found this week.
Anyone on the fence about buying the Tesla Model S 75 with rear-wheel drive should make a decision soon, because Tesla will discontinue that model after Sunday, September 24.
A team of researchers has developed a method of using virtual reality headsets to view 3D models of genetic data.
Working with Metal For the longest time, metal-based manufacturing has been difficult and costly. High-strength aluminum alloys are difficult materials to work with for additive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing.
Advanced Antibodies Research carried out by the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in conjunction with pharmaceutical firm Sanofi has produced an antibody capable of attacking 99 percent of HIV strains.
90-10 Split Since Google announced its first self-driving car prototypes back in 2012, people have been speculating how new technologies, AI, and automation may impact the global economy (entire books have been written on the subject).
Locking on Cancer Cells Since 2011, researchers have been conducting clinical trials involving a modified type of poliovirus as a form of treatment against recurrent glioblastoma — a very aggressive kind of brain tumor.
Love is a battlefield, and in the case of the hooded grebe, that battle takes place on the dance floor.
Scientists recently put a 2,000-year-old patient into a CT scanner: the mummified remains of a 7-month-old baby boy.
A Bit of Tweaking Almost a year after SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk unveiled his plans to make human beings a multi-planetary species by getting to Mars, the serial entrepreneur is set to give highly anticipated updates next week.