A bioengineering photo competition celebrates the opening of a new research institute at Queen Mary University of London.
The particle could improve several existing technologies that use dyes, biomarkers or fluorescent tracers.
The results are in for the 2015 edition of the annual photomicrography competition.
The recreation provides 10 times more information than similar digital reconstructions have in the past.
The Royal Photographic Society's annual competition winners create dazzling pieces.
The Architecture of Radio reveals the invisible to provide a comprehensive window into the infosphere.
A more detailed and accurate prototype could allow physicians to better diagnose and treat heart disease. Continue reading →
Robotic space eels, jet-powered go-karts, three-eyed crows and a phone that unlocks when you look at it.
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