German scientists have created a material that can make anything it covers "invisible" -- at least to our sense of touch. Could uncomfortable camping trips one day be a thing of the past? Tara explains.
Scanning probe nanolithography enables cheaper 3-D prototyping.
Stretchy micro-devices could be embedded in the body and used to power bionic limbs or artificial body parts.
A polymer mix that changes shape when heated and cooled could power small motors with the heat in the room. Continue reading →
Kiss plastic trash goodbye. British engineers have new tech to recycle it all.
Researchers use inkjet printers to print a simple antenna that can harvest stray electromagnetic energy.
Somewhat like effervescent tablets, these little rockets bubble up, then zoom away.
A super thin coating made from clay and polymers is 100 times more oxygen-impermeable than the existing food packaging.
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