Gathering vital data from tornado-spawning storms, these aircraft could keep more people out of harm's way.
A once-in-a-lifetime find yields a 100-million-year-old piece of history featuring a fossilized spider attacking a wasp caught in its web.
After an astonishingly arrogant putdown from New York Sen. Charles Schumer, Houston is left with a wooden replica of a space shuttle, while New York, gets a real one.
The 2-inch-wide sensor, which tracks heart rate, respiration, and movement, is non-invasive and wearable.
Will eShadow, which debuts today at the IEEE International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems in Minneapolis, foster friendships or paranoia?
Electrical engineers present work confirming that ultrawideband radio technology could vastly improve remote, continuous, real-time health monitoring.
Researchers find that those who play relaxing video games for 20 minutes behave quite differently in the short-term than those who play violent video games for the same amount of time.
The state university conducts successful pilot testing of iPads in its classrooms, finding that the tablet offered benefits all around.
Oregon State University researchers find tires made partially from trees to be cheaper, perform better, and offer more fuel efficiency.
GM and BMW plan to test devices that convert heat from a car's engine into usable electricity next year. Researchers are trying to develop more efficient materials.