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Astronauts take us inside the space station’s new inflatable room for the first time

After a few problems getting it inflated, astronauts aboard the International Space Station on Monday had their first opportunity to

Canon could use Diffractive Optics tech to shrink a 1,000mm lens to half its size

It’s not uncommon to see patented products never make it off paper. But if Canon’s latest lens patent is anything

California scientitsts are experimenting with growing human organs inside pigs

While you yourself might be lucky enough to have all your limbs and organs, humanity as a whole is running

For soldiers and old folks, the Superflex exosuit may help carry the load

Emerging technologies are increasingly designed to help the elderly. Trials with care robots and artificial intelligence programs have shown positive results in

Second-gen bionic leaf creates fuel from sunlight, makes Mother Nature seem inefficient

In Harvard University’s Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology, the goal isn’t just to isolate problems but to find solutions

Predator ‘Big Wing’ drone lives up to its name on recent test flight

General Atomics Aeronautical Systems (GA-ASI) isn’t exactly a household name, but it should be. The aerospace and defense contractor is

Brain-controlled fighter jets more than just a pipe dream

Fighter pilots already have a close connection to the planes they are flying. Now that connection may get even deeper

Trailer or tiny home? The Tiny Drop is the best of both for off-the-grid living

To some, the American Dream might consist of living in a multimillion dollar mansion in a gated Beverly Hills community

Weekly Rewind: WWDC rumors, Tesla’s new doors, and ‘swarm’ intelligence

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it’s almost impossible for mere

Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Folding skateboards, vacuum 3D modelers, and more

At any given moment, there are approximately a zillion crowdfunding campaigns on the web. Take a stroll through Kickstarter or

Segway MiniPRO is now taking orders

OK, so if you are one of the many who were intrigued by the original Segway but lost interest when you

Reveal fitness tracker helps anticipate behavioral meltdowns in autistic kids

Fitness trackers are great, but their applications could go far beyond simply tracking how many steps you take. For example, they

Designed by MIT entrepreneurs, Invincible is the ultimate city-proof bike

Fed up with trying to keep their bikes from being stripped or stolen by Boston-area thieves, Massachusetts Institute of Technology entrepreneurs

Cook and cool food directly on the SmartSlab kitchen table

Are you in the market for a new kitchen or dining room table? How about a ceramic-topped, modern table that

FBI and government scientists allegedly testing tattoo recognition tech on inmates

The FBI and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), an agency of the Department of Commerce, are developing