A new material could bridge the gap between optics and electronics.
Scientists fabricated a realistic 3-D fingerprint with all its loops and swirls in a commercial 3-D printer.
Scientists grew flower-like lenses using sand and liquid crystal. Continue reading →
A sled house, a floating mouse/trackpad combo and a bike that purifies the air are just a few of the technologies we liked this week.
This year's Nikon Small World Competition winners showed how fascinating small things can be if you just zoom in a little.
Sophisticated, but relatively inexpensive, sonar technology has found bodies of several people missing for decades. Continue reading →
A lab that can be carried in the palm of a hand could help diagnose a killer disease in the developing world. Continue reading →
Just like space suits keep astronauts safe in the vacuum of space, so too does this coating keep insects alive in a vacuum chamber. ->
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