Researchers analyze regional and historic data to zero in on where future quakes could occur.
Creating connections between the brain and the body could revolutionize treatments for stroke victims.
Light-emitting diodes so thin and flexible they can be rolled up could soon turn any wall into an electronic display.
Already so ubiquitous we hardly notice them anymore, computers will continue permeating all aspects of our daily lives.
German scientists have come up with a model to improve sewage management in sprawling cities.
A relatively cheap and simple biosensor could stop millions of people from drinking water contaminated with arsenic.
Carbon dioxide has a seriously bad reputation, but scientists say it can be tamed.
New ways of efficiently creating artificial skin lead to new treatments for burn victims and play a role in cutting down on testing cosmetics and medicines on animals.
Scientists in Germany are working to make use of the huge medical potential of embryonic stem cells.
A German scientist may have discovered a new Alzheimer's diagnosis tool that's as easy as an eye scan.
It is still not clear exactly what the role of synthetic biology will be in the future, but potential certainly exists, and research is well underway.
Researchers in Germany work to create autonomous cars that will keep traffic moving better than human drivers and make roadways safer at the same time.
Ongoing research could turn robots from devices good for repetitive tasks into intelligent, life-like machines.
Researchers are scanning the ocean floor for methane hydrate, which they say has the potential to be an energy source of the future.
Scientists in Germany are trying to understand the cohesive properties of animal feet and other bionic wonders.