Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison want to stamp out antibiotic-resistant bacteria one pill at a time. Their weapons of choice are deception and a powerful gene-editing tool called CRISPR.
In their never-ending quest for increased efficiency, many farmers are now turning to agricultural robots to cut down on operation costs. But can automation give agriculture the boost it needs to meet the demands of 9 billion people?
When it first launched in 2005, Google Earth put global imaging in the hands of everyday users. With the Google Earth relaunch this week, Google hopes to take you around the world from a different perspective.
Drones are fair-weather friends, according to this lightning machine and a group of researchers. But this is a video you will want to see for yourself. Try not to cringe when you see what happens to the "protected" drone.
A team of researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed an innovative method for detecting buried land mines, and it combines two unconventional tools: lasers and fluorescent bacteria.
Dubbed the "CRISPR Revolution," scientific advances in gene editing have huge potential that many experts think could help fortify our food system and feed an increasing global population that's threatened by climate change.
Over the next few decades, global food production will need to scale up tremendously to keep pace with humanity's growing population. Can technological advances help us feed all those hungry mouths, or are we doomed to starvation?
After several delays, the unique L16 camera from Light is set to start shipping to customers in the U.S. this July. New images of the final design show a few subtle changes, though the overall look remains largely unchanged.
SpaceX's next Hyperloop contest may be the most exciting yet as it will focus on a single element: speed. Teams from around the world will test their passenger pods on a track in California to see who has the fastest design.
A new "specialist squad" has been set up in the U.K. to target criminals trying to fly contraband into the nation's prisons. The problem is a growing one, prompting a growing number of companies to offer solutions.