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A new way of texturing surfaces could make certain materials ultra-waterproof.
Scientists have produced the first functional example of the elusive single-atom bit.
Cloaks are usually limited to working in narrow ranges of wavelengths and would likely not work in visible light.
A computer algorithm and DNA info has helped scientists find new mosquito repellants that are cheaper and much safer than DEET.
When programmed in certain ways, bacteria can store data, clean dangerous waste, produce film-like images and even make renewable fuel.
From mushrooms to milks, materials scientists are finding innovative solutions to reducing pollution, waste and carbon emissions.
Stretchy micro-devices could be embedded in the body and used to power bionic limbs or artificial body parts.
This sheet of glass is just two atoms thick.
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