Why batteries come in so many sizes and shapes
Even as the fusion era dawns, we’re still in the Steam Age
T-Minus: SpaceX’s first “Bandwagon” launch, NASA’s future moon vehicles, and more
OpenAI and Microsoft are reportedly planning a $100B supercomputer
Artificial reef designed by MIT engineers could protect marine life, reduce storm damage
Elon Musk: Tesla will unveil a “robotaxi” on 8/8
Can we stop AI hallucinations? And do we even want to?
When AI prompts result in copyright violations, who has to pay?
What’s next for COVID-19 drugs?
Google’s Deep Mind AI can help engineers predict “catastrophic failure”
Old drug appears to halt progression of Parkinson’s motor symptoms
Persistent “hiccups” in a far-off galaxy draw astronomers to new black hole behavior
“Universal” BCI lets anyone play games with their minds
Oxytocin’s effects aren’t just about love
How three laser-shooting spacecraft could reveal the birth of the universe
Your garden’s 2024 “hardiness zone” could change, thanks to warming climates
This startup is making natural gas from sunlight, water, and air
Scientists are deep-freezing corals to repopulate the ocean
T-Minus: Counting down the 10 biggest “firsts” in space exploration
One-shot gene therapy reverses vision loss in small trial
Retired coal plants can aid the energy transition — by going nuclear
Korea’s “artificial sun” sets nuclear fusion record
Nuclear’s role in a net-zero world
“Stone wool”: lava-based material is more efficient, lasts longer than most insulation materials
Hypersonic startup unveils its first aircraft
China is one step closer to having a nuclear-powered spacecraft
How one startup is using the ocean to fight climate change
Psychedelic drugs and the law: What’s next?
One shot recreates younger immune systems, in mice
Does AI need a “body” to become truly intelligent? Meta researchers think so.
Here’s what it’ll take to power Africa’s clean energy future
How patients are using technology to kick-start a healthcare revolution
AI “tastes” beer — then tells brewers how to make it better
How much stress is too much? A psychiatrist explains
T-Minus: Bezos’ space station advances, Boeing’s capsule crews up, and more
Bipedal robot takes a beating, keeps on hiking
A protein found in human sweat may protect against Lyme disease
Pacemaker powered by light eliminates need for batteries and lets the heart to function more naturally
Would you trust big work-life decisions to an AI coach?
Boom’s supersonic jet flies for the first time
Moving trees north to save the forests
Generative AI tech is dreaming up new antibodies
Pill to prevent Lyme disease kills ticks before they can infect you
Drugs made in space “cooked real good,” says startup
Soaring insulin costs? Cows could help.
First person to get a gene-edited pig kidney is “recovering well” so far
AI-powered wearable “speaks” for people with vocal cord problems
T-Minus: Starship reaches new heights, volunteers discover “active” asteroids, and more
First person with a Neuralink brain implant reveals how he uses it
Reducing pesticide use while increasing effectiveness
Humanoid robots are joining the Mercedes-Benz workforce
Autonomous auto racing promises safer driverless cars on the road
Google’s AI can create a video game based on a napkin drawing
Startup is building a giant sand battery in Finland
The brief history of artificial intelligence: The world has changed fast – what might be next?
Expert explains why a nearly new Boeing 737 MAX 9 door flew off
FDA approves weight-loss drug Wegovy to treat heart problems
3D processors could lead to a new era in wireless communication
How frontotemporal dementia, the syndrome affecting Wendy Williams, changes the brain
More water pressure means shorter showers, UK study finds
Startup accelerates progress toward light-speed computing
How one streamer learned to play video games with only her mind
T-Minus: A new rocket explodes, China looks to Mars, and more
Startup unveils “world’s first” complete AI software engineer
Trapped in routine? Here’s how to “dishabituate” and rediscover joy
SpaceX reaches new heights with Starship’s third test flight
Digital twins are an effective new way to control your metabolism
The hunger-boredom paradigm explained by scientists
9 ways AI is helping tackle climate change
Implantable solar cells could one day help restore vision
FDA approves first over-the-counter CGM
How cognition changes before dementia hits
World’s first GM banana approved in Australia
How our “junk DNA” led to humans being tailless
Why the US has artificial reefs made from sunken ships and voting machines
Clinical trials can save more lives, and faster, with AI
Serotonin plays a key role in patience and impulse control, research says
Cancer vaccine for dogs appears to nearly double survival rate
3D-printed skin could heal wounds with less scarring
Flowers grown floating on polluted waterways can help clean up nutrient runoff and turn a profit
T-Minus: An exploding asteroid, Odie’s final transmission, and more
How marine permaculture could revolutionize ocean farming
Safer skies with self-flying helicopters
Running or yoga can help beat depression, research shows – even if it’s the last thing you feel like
Elon Musk sues OpenAI and claims it has achieved AGI
Robots who share your accent are more trusted, study shows
How three students wrote history by winning the Vesuvius Challenge
Animation may be entering a new renaissance. Here’s why.
AI solves huge problem holding back fusion power
How scientists are using sound waves to hack the brain
Doomerism’s “tipping point” and why existentialism isn’t the solution to the climate crisis
The 3 myths of mindfulness
T-Minus: An extended asteroid mission, a high-stress moon landing, and more
New “spiral” contact lenses let you see up close and far away
How potatoes can keep an eye on nuclear radiation
Watch: Figure’s humanoid robot just learned something new
Sam Altman on the future of AI
How the “powerhouse of the cell” could be cancer’s Achilles heel
AI for agriculture: How Indian farmers are harvesting innovation