Graphene, a fine sheet of pure carbon, is the thinnest material known, but is 100 times stronger than steel and conducts electricity.
Each year, the Tech Museum of Innovation recognizes innovators who are employing technology to solve the world's most pressing problems.
Treating sewage water for human consumption is gaining traction in water-starved California.
Concepts from yesteryear about far-out technology prove how elusive the future can be.
The Lemelson-MIT National Collegiate Student Prize Competition handed awards to the most inventive team of students.
Sure, rumors of iRobot’s lawnbot have been surfacing for nearly a decade now, but a recent FCC filing has unearthed new details.
PR2 has been programmed to wash dirty clothes, without any specific knowledge about what needs to be cleaned.
A turtle-shaped robot that uses a retractable rake and a bevy of onboard sensors to draw elaborate lines and designs on sandy surfaces.
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