I can tell you from personal experience—the bubonic plague is still a problem.
With just a pulse of light, Massachusetts researchers can manipulate genes with unprecedented accuracy and speed.
Researchers have successfully tested a new fuel cell battery that extracts enough energy from urine to power a smartphone.
Long before machines could outperform their fleshy human counterparts in an ever-growing number of tasks—in a space no bigger than a fleshy hand—computers were huge. Literally, huge.
After years of research and months of talk, the lab-grown burger will make its debut in London next month.
Hope you like perfluorocarbon.
The optic transistor might prove useful in quantum computing.
That's not to say the brain, specifically the sensory cortex, is an unsolvable puzzle. Though recent findings in neuroscience have us rethinking sensory perception.