Katherine Archuleta's resignation came amid a massive security breach of the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
The tool is expected to help doctors find hard-to-detect infections in time to stop them in their tracks.
The makers claim it draws on science to create the perfect head, bringing out bad beer's best.
Tech company Thync have released a device which they claim can calm you down or pump you up.
Science got California into this desperate, desiccated mess. Can it also save it?
Making nuclear fuel safer and more efficient by revisiting a Cold War–era discovery.
Ahead of its launch date, we take an early look at what Apple's latest gadget actually does.
The device has the potential to improve the accuracy of biopsies and reduce errors when operating on the small blood vessels of children.
"We could take our pattern, put it onto your avatar, adjust the program so it's a perfect fit and print it out."
At this point, the technology industry might be better off without any patents.
A possible AIDS cure mimics a rare, natural-born immunity.
The study was conducted over a decade and concluded that the site's personal ads led to an increase in the disease.
3-D scanners are now everywhere, from doctors' offices to clothing stores.
The first obesity "electroceuticals" have been approved, and will trick the brain into thinking the gut is full.
New magnetic gears - where the parts never touch - developed for space rovers will extend their operational life.
Scientists speculate that the Beagle 2 spacecraft broke upon landing on Mars on Christmas Day 2003.
The research suggest we view our phones as extensions of ourselves.