Study Links Cellphone Use to Cancer -- But Don't Give Up Your Phone Just Yet

The World Health Organization currently classifies cellphones under the same category as coffee, fossil fuel fumes, and pickled vegetables.

Emerging Tech

You Can Now 3-D Print One of the World’s Lightest Materials

This technology will make the material much easier to use, and open it up to wider applications.

Digital Government

Why Scientists Make Bad Entrepreneurs—and How to Change That

While Silicon Valley creates billionaires before they turn 30, no Nobel Laureate has ever become a billionaire.

Digital Government

Using a Computer or Mobile Device Could Shave Years Off Seniors’ Mental Age

Another reason to not believe in the frequent claim that smartphones are making us dumb.

Emerging Tech

All of Google’s—er, Alphabet’s—Companies and Products from A to Z

Google has announced it will be folding itself into a larger company, called Alphabet. Here's what that entails.

Digital Government

A Cheap New Test Can Reveal Every Virus that Invaded You—and Help Stop Infections

Scientists have now developed a new test that could be crucial in improving our immunity against viruses.

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World’s First Biolimb: Scientists Are Growing Rat Arms in Petri Dishes

Harald Ott at Massachusetts General Hospital and his colleagues have now taken a step toward the dream of building a biolimb.

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US Army Is Serious About Developing Invisibility Cloaks

Previous attempts at achieving invisibility have involved everything from the use of funky lenses to hidden projectors paired with cameras.