Prepared to be awed by a bionic ankle, a jet-powered bike, wind turbines without blades and a weird wearable that contains living organisms.
Researchers combined one of the strongest artificial materials, graphene, with one of the strongest natural materials, spider silk.
As crises mount in California and other global dry spots, some innovative ideas are making a splash.
Ordinary paper glows as brightly as a computer display. Continue reading →
Fabrics, flowers, light fixtures, even eyeballs are gaining color-changing capabilities through materials science.
This week on Tasty Tech, we have a cappuccino-brewing robot, clear clay and the fastest train in the world.
Metal nanoparticles can be dispensed with traditional inkjet printing technology.
Invisibility stickers could trick tough-to-fool infrared cameras.
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