From hydroponic wheel gardens to advanced helicopter rotors to closed-loop micro algae farms, everything seems to be spinning.
This battery stretches to more than 150 percent of its original size, while remaining capable of powering devices.
Scientists have found a way to mimic the way the animals' skin generate complex, dynamic patterns of color.
A startup believes this could soon become a stronger, stretchier and softer alternative to the material made by silkworms and spiders. Continue reading →
Researchers combined one of the strongest artificial materials, graphene, with one of the strongest natural materials, spider silk.
Fabrics, flowers, light fixtures, even eyeballs are gaining color-changing capabilities through materials science.
Metal nanoparticles can be dispensed with traditional inkjet printing technology.
Invisibility stickers could trick tough-to-fool infrared cameras.
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