Engineers have 'taught' cars to see in the dark.
Lethal venom from spiders could be used as a stroke therapy in the future.
SpaceX has successfully launched and landed a rocket.
Drones carrying passengers may operate in Dubai later this year.
A new plastic material might help cool our buildings and cities.
Scientists in Australia have learned to make graphene using soya bean oil.
A new gene therapy has reversed deafness in mice.
Scientists have changed multiple 'letters' of a bacterium's DNA code for the first time.
A zero-fuel aeroplane has completed its Atlantic crossing.
An invisible 'second skin' has been designed to make people look younger.
Tesla reveals its Model 3 electric car.
Students at MIT have won a Hyperloop pod design competition.
An artificial intelligence program has beaten a human champion at the world's most complex game.
New space cups mean astronauts can stop drinking from bags.
A 3D-printed bionic arm is the winner of this year's Dyson Award.
Could making an advanced material from thin air help combat climate change?
Scientists have created a strain of bacteria that can't survive in nature.
A gecko-inspired material lets humans climb up walls.
A robot penguin is helping conservation scientists monitor bird colonies.
A new harness senses dogs' body language and emotional state.
Scientists are developing a spray-on 'skin' that could allow planes to 'feel' when they are damaged.
A new wireless patch gives nurses early warning if a patient's health worsens.
A protest-suppressing drone that fires pepper spray has been developed.
Inspired by desert beetles, scientists have created an object that collects water from thin air.
Leading electric car maker Tesla has confirmed that it will open up its technology patents for others to use.
Genetically modified mosquitoes could save many lives by helping to stop malaria.
Scientists reveal they've made 'wonder material' graphene in a kitchen blender.
A new type of 3D printer can make colourful objects out of multiple materials.
The Pars flying robot can get a life belt to a struggling swimmer four times faster than a human lifeguard.
All three winners of the 2013 James Dyson Foundation awards used 3D printing to produce their inventions.
The European Space Agency has started a 3D printing project that uses metals.
Designers have created an innovative alternative to the traditional toothbrush.
Researchers have charged up a mobile phone with a lightning strike.
The private space exploration company SpaceX has tested a partly reusable rocket.
Scientists at MIT have implanted false memories in mice.
Scientists have used urine to charge a smartphone battery.
Telescopic contact lenses could improve eyesight for people with macular degeneration.
Swiss scientists may have found a faster way to recognise effective and ineffective antibiotics.
The Environment Secretary says it is beyond doubt that GM food is safe.
New eye-tracking software can tell if you're asleep at the wheel.
The world's first 3D-printed gun has been fired in the US.
Advances in eye-tracking technology could have big implications for our privacy.
Robots might one day use 'smart skin' to experience the human sense of touch.