Articles by Andrew Overton
I can tell you from personal experience—the bubonic plague is still a problem.
With just a pulse of light, Massachusetts researchers can manipulate genes with unprecedented accuracy and speed.
Researchers have successfully tested a new fuel cell battery that extracts enough energy from urine to power a smartphone.
Long before machines could outperform their fleshy human counterparts in an ever-growing number of tasks—in a space no bigger than a fleshy hand—computers were huge. Literally, huge.
After years of research and months of talk, the lab-grown burger will make its debut in London next month.