Squishy, flexible robots can augment and enhance the built-in strength of muscles, helping broken hearts to pump again, or by giving new function and support to our arms and hands.
From cabinet nominees to Congressional wishlists, a look at what could realistically change for scientists in the coming years.
Science journalist Sophie Bushwick rounds up some of the week’s science news.
Uber has resisted sharing data in the past. Now the company plans to give it to everyone.
NASA’s upcoming asteroid missions will examine a metal world and primitive planetesimals.
A new report looks at potential impacts of automation and artificial intelligence on jobs in a variety of industries.
There are more than six billion known knot configurations. Scientists have used metal ions to tie the tightest molecular knot.
A roundworm model suggests that teenage indecision isn’t just a torture tactic.