Ikea's new Sladda bike uses an oil-free and corrosion-resistant drive belt rather than a metal chain.
The Grand Prix was awarded to Cheah Kok-wai of the Cathay Photonics company.
Elastic optics could lead to credit card-thin cameras that can cover walls or vehicles.
The material could be used to shield satellites from meteorites, drill through stubborn rock or bust through bad guys’ liars.
Plating less than an inch thick obliterates armor-piercing projectiles. Continue reading →
The new Seibu flagship train cars will have an organic shape and semi-reflective skin designed to mirror the surrounding scenery. Continue reading →
A self-correcting contact lens could eliminate the need for bifocals, trifocals or laser corrective surgery.
Engineers created a flexible, stretchy metamaterial that suppresses radar, effectively cloaking whatever it covers. Continue reading →
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