Microchip implants like the ones pet owners use to track their dogs and cats could become commonplace in humans in the next decade.
For the first time, a neural bypass rerouted brain signals around nerve damage
The DEKA Arm System -- nicknamed the Luke arm after Luke Skywalker in Star Wars -- is coming to market.
The researchers took the unusual step of applying the flexible sensors to plants and insects to see if the devices could detect nerve gas.
The strongest material in the world could augment our future vision, letting us see in infrared light.
The S-One robot scored the most points across tasks that tested its mobility, dexterity, perception and autonomous operations.
Although the human form is tricky to mimic, it's necessary as people and machines work more closely together.
These technologies could give people the powers of their favorite superheroes.