The Taiwan-based company wants to bring in more engineers and other professionals. The move isn't to help Apple but rather to help itself.
In a brief interview with Fortune, Arthur Levinson said that it's "weird" to be running Apple's board since Steve Jobs' death.
With the goal of being able to better study neurological diseases, researchers create a lab-grown brain with stem cells.
University of Washington researcher Rajesh Rao sends a brain signal to Andrea Stocco via the Internet, causing Stocco's right hand to move on a keyboard.
The new program will give three initial companies a leg up in getting their startups off the ground. The accelerator will be modeled on those that traditionally work with tech and biotech startups.
The ear's cochlea houses a natural battery containing ions that create a tiny electrical voltage. Researchers are developing chips with such low-power demand that this voltage just might be enough to power them.
Citizen scientists using a 3D jigsaw puzzle video game are helping decode how proteins work to advance research drug treatments and potentially renewable fuels and chemicals.
Start-up Joule Unlimited is on the forefront of using genetic engineering to replace petrofuels, trying to learn from shortcomings of other biofuel technologies.
Glori Energy looks to raise $115 million in an IPO with a biotechnology designed to extract oil from existing wells by stimulating the growth of underground microbes.
Sure, fears of human-zapping robots might be a "flakey concern," but that doesn't mean technology is short on existential risks. The University of Cambridge is out to find the truth.