Apple’s stock may be slipping, but they keep churning out innovative, mouth-watering new products.
Inspired by phototropism, the phenomenon of plants growing toward light sources, bioengineers from the University of California Berkeley have created a hydrogel that can creatively be manipulated by light.
A two mile wide asteroid creatively named 1998 QE2 will be approaching Earth today.
Mechanical Engineering students at Rice University have created a way to extract and store energy from each and every step you take.
Their PediPower shoes turn motion into juice for portable electronics and, perhaps someday, for life-preserving medical devices.
An awesome new device puts your body’s information where it belongs: in your hands.
Share it with your doctor and others to take health conversations – and discoveries – to a new level.
Learn ways that different people, locations, activities, foods, beverages, and medicines affect your body. Sick or well.
Discover connections. Watch trends. Spot side effects. Catch problems early. And track them. Get healthier.