So long, predator vision!
Boy oh boy, am I excited for nanomedicine!
This is a massive breakthrough!
Color, without damage or fly-aways? Yes, please.
This new technique is less harmful to the cells and more efficient than other non-viral DNA transfer techniques.
It could mean the beginning of edible and wearable electronics.
If you want to create a functioning metalens, you need to design a maze for light.
The fist DNA benders!
By adding fibers, scientists have turned a soft gel into a material tougher than many metals.
The next generation of monitor sensing could be half plant, half machine.
Crystal lovers rejoice - researchers have created the largest database of elemental crystal surfaces and shapes to date.
Stanford engineers have developed cheap, low-cost textiles that can cool your body much more efficiently than existing clothes.
Counting microscopic particles is hard, but researchers from Russia and Australia believe they've found a way to make it easier.
The self-healing fabrics could break down lethal toxins before they reach the skin.
Science is getting closer to a computer that mimics the human brain.
Tiny robots might soon replace invasive surgery.
The end result is a perfect example of what can happen when art meets science.
Researchers at Southampton University in the UK have developed a technique which allows them to store 360 TB of data for a virtual infinity.
It may be possible to observe the presence of an advanced alien civilization by the effects produced if that civilization were to self-destruct through nuclear war, biological warfare, nanotechnological annihilation,...