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An Italian patient was able to operate a biomechanic hand connected to his nervous system.
The flexibility of the Google software makes these phones anything but clones of one another.
Physicians could work in remote locations with the aid of handheld devices using special software.
Recent advancements in nanowire assembly may lead to a new type of transistor technology.
The Large Hadron Collider has officially become the fastest proton accelerator ever created.
Archeologists are using new technologies to locate Civil War battlegrounds lost under suburban sprawl.
The new satellite will boost Japan's ability to gather intelligence, mainly on North Korea.
China's space ambitions include building an orbiting station and sending a mission to Mars.
The unmanned aerial drone surveyed wildfire damage using visible, infrared and thermal filters.
Salt power could theoretically produce half of the European Union's yearly power production.