Robots that fight fires, fly, and help us walk dominate this week's Tasty Tech Eye Candy.
The capsules could absorb the greenhouse gas from a power plant's exhaust path.
South Korean researchers have a new recipe for making a high-strength, low-density steel alloy that can outperform titanium in strength and ductility.
Dermal silicone generators harvest the energy of muscle movements to produce static electricity.
Researchers have found a way to use lasers to cut nanostructure patterns into metal that make the material so water-repellent that H2O just bounces right off of it -- all without the use of chemical coatings.
The science could lead to rust- and ice-free metals and water-repellant electronics.
The technique resembles that used to create children's pop-up books, except instead of using paper, the researchers used materials such as silicon.
A new material called Prism can be programmed to display different colors and patterns in a way that consumes very little power.
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