Researchers at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill have detected brain growth changes linked to autism in children as young as six months old.
The US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has upheld a series of patents granted for the CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing technology to the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard.
Responding to the rise in nation-state cybersecurity attacks.
The skies are full of transient events.
It's been a year since Apple fought the FBI over data privacy, and we've barely heard a peep from either side on the issue.
Researchers say they have developed the first cross-browser fingerprinting technique using machine-level features to identify users.
Researchers have created a drone that transports pollen between flowers.
The recent Women in Data Science Conference provided a forum for female data scientists to discuss a range of topics in the field.
The VUSec team at the Free University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands has demonstrated an exploit that undercuts a basic safeguard used in all modern operating systems.
Researchers collaborated on software that helps researchers collect and manage data on great white sharks spotted along the coast.
Researchers at ETH Zurich in Switzerland say they have refined machine learning by deliberately misleading intelligent machines.
Thought your Internet speeds were slow? Try being a space scientist for a day.
Scientists should be permitted to modify human embryos destined for implantation in the womb to eliminate devastating genetic diseases such as sickle-cell anaemia or cystic fibrosis—once gene-editing techniques advance sufficiently for use in people and proper restrictions are in place.
Researchers at Princeton University say they have created microchips capable of transmitting and receiving terahertz waves.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich says his company is investigating and investing in technologies that promise to transcend the computing capabilities of current PCs and servers.
University of Michigan computer scientists are researching micro mote computers.
Unsubstantiated information can spread like wildfire through social media; new tools aim to make it easy to track down sources of misinformation, no matter where they are encountered.
Researchers at IBM have created an elusive molecule by knocking around atoms using a needle-like microscope tip.
Put a tray of water in the freezer. For a while, it's liquid. And then—boom—the molecules stack into little hexagons, and you've got ice.
Seventeen computer scientists were among the 84 new members and 22 new foreign members recently announced by The National Academy of Engineering.