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MIT researchers have created a new kind of atomic clock that exploits quantum entanglement to keep time more precisely.
An award-winning at-home breast cancer screening device, called the Blue Box, could one day replace uncomfortable mammograms.
Many hospitals in developing countries can’t access the overpriced, high-tech equipment that’s standard in the U.S. Reverse innovation could finally change that.
Fecal testing can reveal a surprising amount of medical data. Israeli startup OutSense wants to do so from your home.
Physicists have created a modem for the quantum internet of the future, giving powerful quantum computers a way to share information.
A man in Florida has invented a contact lens robot to insert or extract lenses for people with hand tremors or dexterity issues.
Military dogs will don augmented reality goggles to test their ability to keep soldiers safe by allowing them to direct the dogs from afar.
With artificial DNA, a data storage facility as big as a football field could be compressed to the size of a sugar cube.
A new magnetic sponge makes the job of oil spill cleanup safer for the environment.