FOR the first time, scientists have successfully managed to cryogenically freeze a brain and then revive it
It is not yet possible to read thoughts but we can train people to use brain signals to control things"
The game, called “Need to Know,” requires players to climb the ranks of the fictional “Department of Liberty”
Mars once had a thicker atmosphere and more water, for example
Einstein predicted the existence of gravitational waves in his general theory of relativity
19 million dollar cyber security program stands no chance of success
Aerial bot went on show at the Robots Exhibition
WPI working on algorithms for 5-foot, 10-inch robot that would fight fires, perform maintenance
NROL-45 mission to "support national defense" launched by National Reconnaissance Office
Psychologists have shown for the first time that horses are able to distinguish between positive and negative human facial expressions
Researchers used a combination of so-called ultrafast chemical fixation and cryogenic storage in their experiment
If grunt work of professions is automated, an important way that juniors hone skills will be lost
Views from the surface of Mars
The science of social conformity...
Plasmonic displays able to detect background colors with light sensors, then change color of the displays to blend in with background
Planet's huge orbit makes its “year” nearly 1 million Earth-years long
Is the world ready for 'designer babies?'
A challenging, decade-long search has revealed 14 new species of U.S. arachnid, a new study says
They released GM mosquitos knowing that it would rapidly accelerate spread of Zika
Scientists have found similar results in other studies when looking at the gas giant’s other rings
Frozen virus strain can be purchased online for $500
We've all heard about the Zika virus, but what's behind it's rapid growth?
The spacecraft will orbit the Jovian world 33 times
Enormous beam traveling at nearly the speed of light into intergalactic space
Microsoft app failed to function properly during Iowa Caucus
Top scientist calls "digitally immortal" humans Homo optimus
The chip would be implanted in the brain and then act as a neural interface
Early risers less likely to develop depression
The launch could raise international tensions
Amulet shows King Pharaoh Thutmose III seated on the throne
Microsoft is the new Diebold when it comes to voting
Its gravity pulls the atmosphere into a bulge - just as it does with the oceans