University of Washington researchers have developed a smartphone app that accurately measures jaundice in adults using a selfie and an accessory
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A smart bandage being co-developed at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln uses wireless technology to speed up the healing process
A National Science Foundation-funded team led by Ohio University discover a new species of meat-eating mammal.
How can we test a structural design for earthquake resiliency? We asked Shiling Pei, Colorado School of Mines Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering professor, the answer on this Ask a Scientist
This is a new type of pipe that can stretch, bend and compress. It's supposed to withstand huge disasters, such as earthquakes and floods
We asked Tom Kurfess, professor of mechanical engineering at Georgia Tech, what is the future of manufacturing?
The ferroelectret nanogenerator (FENG) device, an ultra-thin magnetic polymer film developed by Nelson Sepúlveda, associate professor of electrical and computer engineering at Michigan State University, is able to capture the energy generated through movement
People of color, on average, were consistently exposed to more air pollution than their white non-Hispanic counterparts from 2000 to 2010
Bioengineer Jeff Jacot is working on an idea that could transform the medical approach to infants with complex and sometimes fatal heart defects
New research is calling for immediate safeguards and study of cured-in-place pipe repair, or CIPP, a widely used method for repairing sewer, stormwater and drinking water pipes
This technology would enable communities to produce their own water filters using biomass nanofibers
We asked John Rickford, Professor of Linguistics and the Humanities at Stanford University, what effect does your spoken dialect have in court?
We asked John Rickford, Professor of Linguistics and the Humanities at Stanford University, what is linguistics?
Interactive Robogami uses simulations and interactive feedback with algorithms for design composition, allowing users to focus on high-level conceptual design
In this interview, director of Georgia Tech's Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) Magnus Egerstedt outlines IRIM's strengths, the global future of robotics and his new project: the robotarium.
When the water along Rhode Island's Narragansett Bay is thick and green, it may be a bad day for a swim, but it's an excellent day for University of Rhode Island marine ecologist Carol Thornber
Researchers from University of Washington have developed a system called CovertBand, which illustrates activity information leakage, a privacy issue
The University of Delaware's Summer Workshop in Cognitive and Brain Sciences, funded by the National Science Foundation, engages students from across the U.S. in exploring the frontiers of brain research
On this episode of "Naked and Amazing," researchers discover that naked mole rats may have a hidden secret that could help improve life for millions of people all over the globe!
"PBS NewsHour" wanted to know the best way to reach early career adults--those between 18 and 35 who are out of school--with science information