How to power robots that go where humans fear to tread? A new device works like an artificial heart to pump pee into the "engine room" of self-sustaining bots.
A group of Brigham Young University fluid-dynamics researchers apply the laws of physics to urinal splash-back to help guys pee-fect their aim.
Chinese scientists develop a method for growing new teeth from stem cells generated from urine.
The battle against drunk driving gets a urine-analyzing system that identifies club patrons through RFID.
It's a liquid gold rush! Scientists find yet another way to power our smartphones (and other devices) with pee.
commentary What mind-blowing breakthrough will result from the advent of Google's high-tech specs? Maybe redesigned men's rooms? CNET's Danny Sullivan considers the topic, and shares his stream of consciousness.
The rest of us may scream in terror, but these 1:12-scale loos suggest all sorts of freaky action-figure fun to titillate the otaku geek set.
No, Uchek doesn't involve peeing on a smartphone -- but it does help people find out if they have diabetes, urinary tract infections, and more.
A line of manly soaps scented like beer, coffee, cash, and urinal mints is designed to overpower the senses with the odor of manhood.
Four enterprising young African girls put together a generator that runs on a plentiful natural resource. Whether or not it could work efficiently is a different story.