Engineers say data from Twitter and other social media platforms can help improve event planning, route scheduling, crowd regulations and subway operations.
In a first, scientists have developed a 3D bioprinter that can create functional human skin which is adequate for transplanting to patients or for use in research or the testing of cosmetic, chemical and pharmaceutical products.
A team of scientists has used artificial intelligence (AI) to gain insight into the biophysics of cancer with their machine-learning platform predicting a trio of reagents that generated a cancer-like phenotype in tadpoles.
It is true that money does not grow on trees but electricity might someday, as scientists have developed a prototype biomimetic tree that mimics the branches and leaves of a cottonwood tree and generates electricity when its artificial leaves sway in the wind.
Communication in data centres in near future can become hassle-free as engineers are proposing to eliminate most of the wires and substitute infrared free-space optics for communications.
Researchers have invented a hand-held breath monitor that can potentially detect flu virus and help prevent flu epidemics from spreading.
Image-scanning software developed at Stanford University can distinguish deadly skin cancers from benign ones as accurately as top dermatologists, according to a study published Wednesday.
A flat-pack shelter used to house refugees has won a prestigious design award, beating art work on the cover of singer David Bowie’s final album and a surgical robot.
Seeking innovative solutions for the pressing shortage of human transplant organs, scientists have grown mouse pancreases in rats and used them to cure diabetes in mice, they said Wednesday.
Move over liposuction, the new fad in fat is freezing it.
As plastic surgeons, dermatologists and beauticians from around the world gather in Paris to analyse trends at the IMCAS aesthetic congress, here is some of what’s new: