The technique is a step toward developing dynamic camouflage suits for soldiers. Continue reading →
Graphene could usher in smart devices that allow for wireless health monitoring. Continue reading →
The new material called Q-carbon allows scientists to produce diamond-related structures at room temperature.
Gold foam, wired roses, 3-D art for the blind and a beautiful way to recycle plastic garbage are highlights from this week's Tasty Tech gallery.
A string of benzene molecules that's 20,000 times smaller than a strand of human hair is the strongest material ever made.
An ultra-thin coating renders aircraft invisible. Continue reading →
Gently heating a sheet of graphene paper gives it the ability to walk forward and backward.
The glass could become available in five years. Continue reading →
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