Researchers create an iPhone biosensor cradle that could give doctors a cheaper, portable medical testing machine.
Justin Beckerman, a New Jersey teen, built a homemade submersible that can dive 30 feet underwater.
TechHive talks to Master Lego Builder Erik Varszegi about the process behind building the world's largest Lego X-Wing fighter.
Get a look at some of the best creations from what might be the most awesome Ph.D program you'll fund anywhere.
We talk to botObjects co-founders Mike Duma and Martin Warner and learn more on the first-full color 3D printer.
Watch the last nine-months of the Curiosity Rover’s Mars adventure in one video.
GeoGussr is Google Street View game that lets you guess where in the world you are.
The Othermill aims to be a portable, desktop CNC machine that could help you build a custom-made printed circuit board.
Engineers from Duke University have used a non-industrial grade 3D printer to create a clocking device that you could fabricate at home.
Science is fun, amazing, and scary. We look at expensive lab meat, vampire mice, and what oil does to fish after a year.
Arduino has already made it easier to build your own electronics projects. Now, the microcontroller board maker to entering the robotics market with what it calls the first official Arduino on wheels.
Micro 3-D Printer creates highly precise objects by forging them out of photosensitive material using lasers.
Here’s a DIY lens you can build at home out of some construction paper, a reading puck, and some cardboard.
Former Baltimore cop Mark Haywood builds functional humanoid robot from household appliances.
When it comes to creating clean, self-sustaining energy, nothing can beat plants—and that’s precisely why researchers at the University of Georgia (UGA) have worked so hard to hijack photosynthesis to create truly clean electricity.