According to researchers, the new material is efficient in filtering organic pollutants, such as dyes.
The wave channeling model is similar to anti-reflective coating on eyeglasses that add an extra layer in order to reduce reflection.
It will particularly help kids who are too young to use or whose bodies are unsuited to existing prosthetic hands which use a harness and cable.
From device chargers to lunchboxes to comfortable shoes, these are the best back-to-school products that will work for anyone.
The app helps consumers make informed choices by detecting the level of nitrite concentration in processed meats.
Lawmakers should ensure implementation of new laws deliver real freedom of choice for technology under conditions that benefit Western democracies more than those wishing to harm us and our way of life.
Republican Senators Grassley, Hawley and Graham criticized Chuck Schumer for breaking his promise to hold a tech bill vote by "early summer."
Scientists have created a sensor that can detect signs of the condition years before they first manifest themselves.
The new mattress lowers core temperature by counter-intuitively warming up the neck with a special pillow.
Scientifically-altered T cells, which produce the body's immune response, may be a key to defeating leukemia, lymphoma, and multiple myeloma, say authors of a new study.
Twitter users fueled rumors that footage of President Joe Biden was faked using computer technology.
Postage stamp-sized adhesive patches have been developed that provide imaging of the heart, lungs, and other organs.
Smaller, more powerful magnets could help engineers improve the geometry of spherical tokamaks—fusion reactors that contain superheated plasma.
With funding increasing and more companies involved, fusion is expected on the grid within the 2030s.
A global survey ahead of World Emoji Day showed that the meaning of emojis differ greatly depending on where someone is from.
A crypto trader said he traded in his $8,200 Rolex watch to buy cryptocurrency and is now worth a little more than $1.18 million - but admits the crashing market has halved his wealth.
Public companies are now using NFTs to deepen their relationships with their most intense customers — a real-world use case that may surprise critics and delight executives.
More and more, consumer services are being delivered by online tokens and other web3 tools.
Despite the rapid growth, crypto holders remain a minority of the population.
Using a new method of garbage disposal, the ISS got rid of nearly 200 lbs of junk via a waste container at an airlock.
Governments will need to prepare for increasing attacks, some violent, on democratic and other societal institutions.
Elon Musk's Tesla plant that produces the in-demand Model Y will shut briefly, according to a German news report.
Users around the world have reported issues accessing the photo-sharing app's direct messaging feature.
A study outlined how dozens of people's brain waves were monitored as they read articles about President Xi Jinping's government.
Newsweek has rounded up some of the greatest deals offered at Walmart, Lowe's and Target this Independence Day.
Data suggests many women are swapping apps amid concerns that their health data could be used in abortion trials.
Amid reaching milestone follower numbers and his 51st birthday, the SpaceX and Tesla boss has been uncharacteristically quiet on social media.