While tidying up a storage space at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, an archivist makes a cosmic discovery.
A study out of Berkeley finds that a phenomenon called vergence-accommodation--focusing on both the distance to a screen and the content in front of or behind that screen--can lead to discomfort, fatigue, and headaches.
Researchers at U.C. Berkeley are working on new chip that could analyze a drop of blood to detect hundreds of illnesses, including HIV, all at once and in minutes. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports.
An earlier version of this report incorrectly stated the date of the report issued by U.C. Berkeley researchers. The correct date was Aug. 10, 2009.
The company says its open-source PR2 machines are a big step toward all-purpose robots. Now 11 R&D teams from around the world will get a crack at making that happen.
The CellScope might revolutionize the speed and ease with which we diagnose and screen for malaria, tuberculosis, and more.
Climbing robot uses claws to scale telephone poles.
Among other creations, Georgia Tech's first Guthman Musical Instrument Competition produces a robotic guitar and an instrument that accompanies a player's movements in the game Sudoko.
"Clean Tech and Green Business for Obama" aims to raise $1 million for the Democratic presidential nominee while elevating issues of climate change and alternative energy.
In particular, the general public doesn't get how RFID technology works within e-passports and credit cards, which could create unnecessary risk.