The technique could be used to develop new kinds of smart clothing that both repels water and breathes, or flexible scaffolding for printed organs.
Researchers have created a super stretchy sensor made from chewing gum and carbon nanotubes to help wearables move with twists, turns and bends while tracking vital signs like breathing. Continue reading →
The new material called Q-carbon allows scientists to produce diamond-related structures at room temperature.
The glass could become available in five years. Continue reading →
Industrial waste and orange peels could prove integral in combating harmful mercury contamination, research reveals. Continue reading →
The airy metal has an open cellular structure, which makes it durable and lightweight. Continue reading →
Scientists have created a surface that takes three hours to frost under conditions that would normally create frost almost immediately.
The absorptive concrete pavement rapidly removes water from roadways, preventing the potentially dangerous buildup of standing water.
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