For the first time, researchers have used a video camera mounted on a hexacopter to monitor the behaviour of killer whales in the wild.
The complex procedure "went swimmingly," according to a statement from the Australian animal hospital where the operation took place.
This week on Crave, we electrify our bicycles with the Barak Electric Bicycle conversion kit, take an after-dark telepresence robot tour of a museum in London, and get a peek at Whooshh Innovations Hydrovision salmon launcher.
A New York woman reportedly spends $3,000 to alter her veiny, red knuckles. She just got engaged, after all.
At an event held in San Francisco, Samsung's Ram Fish showed off a prototype of the company's new modular wristband. Also, Dr. Luc Julia shows off how the SAMI platform could make use of the data collected.
The Korean electronics maker looks beyond today's Gear Fit with new hardware and software platforms designed for "the future of health." And it wants other companies to join in.
The capabilities of the Stratasys Objet500 Connex3 3D printer have been demonstrated to gorgeous effect by designer and engineer Michaella Janse van Vuuren.
A research robot deployed for its first ever routine test run discovered a new species of anemone growing upside down in the Antarctic ice.
Nikon releases the results of its annual Small World Photomicrography Competition, and algae, larva, and bat embryos have never looked so good.
Not that they were that pricey to begin with, but for this week only, every Dr. Seuss app is either $1.99 or 99 cents. Perfect time to stock up!