Katherine Gray is a freelance writer, photographer and desktop publisher based in western Maryland.
A high-tech toilet is an innovative solution to an age-old problem. And it's nothing to pooh-pooh.
These robotic, claw-tipped arms were actually designed for a reason that might surprise you.
The makers of the Lechal interactive haptic footwear hope the product will serve some social good.
Staring at screens can hurt your vision, but the UltimEyes app aims to do the exact opposite.
This startup is developing products that allow people to monitor damage to their DNA, and is crowdsourcing the huge amounts of data required to make those results meaningful.
One might wonder how a scientist would go about attaching anything to a tiny, buzzing insect. The answer might surprise you.
This new device packs a big tech punch in a tiny, stylish design.
In places where access to electricity and other infrastructure is far from guaranteed, this system aims to sterilize the grimy bits.
Control What You Can
The tech giant tried to do something similar for men but it just didn't work out.
The Scentee device releases a puff of scent like apples or jasmine whenever you get an email or someone comments on your Facebook page.
This 'barrier-free sport-vehicle' is like the sport utility of wheelchairs.
This Swedish startup has created a bike helmet that you wear around your neck.
Yes, the tech geniuses at Google are at it again.
More than 50 percent of the Urbee 2 vehicle has been 3-D printed and it can travel at speeds up to 70 mph.
Tiny, biodegradable sensors could have big potential for all sorts of medical- and food-related industries.