Mar 10, 2011
"Green chemistry" was introduced more than two decades ago, but now one of its founders is trying to prove its profitability along with its usefulness.
Mar 7, 2011
Scientists are making strides in a field called "bioprinting." They're using essentially the same technology you use on your home printer to apply new skin to people. And they're working on printing entire three-dimensional functioning organs.
Mar 4, 2011
On Monday's show we talk about advances in bioprinting. It's the technique of printing new skin cells using a regular old ink jet cartridge. Or of...
Mar 3, 2011
Dozens of apps for Android devices have been taken out of circulation by Google. They were apps that can take control of your phone without your even realizing it.
Mar 1, 2011
Hewlett-Packard scientists think they've come up with a way to dramatically reduce the amount of energy needed to run a computer. Computing power...
Feb 28, 2011
The Smithsonian has launched a new website that features more than 200,000 photos taken by researchers from automated cameras. The cameras have...
Feb 21, 2011
A school district in Anaheim, California is the latest to distribute GPS devices to habitually truant students. But what role does a private company in Texas have in monitoring the students?
Feb 18, 2011
A team of Yale University scientists have built a device that can absorb a laser beam entirely....
Feb 17, 2011
The Food and Drug Administration will allow cosmetic drug and device maker Allergan Inc. to market its stomach-restricting Lap-Band to millions of new patients -- patients who are less obese than those currently using the device. Eve Troeh has more.
Feb 16, 2011
The Senate Judiciary Committee holds hearings today on how best to combat online piracy. We talk to the chairman of that committee, Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) about the aggressive approach he would like to see.