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 â†’
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.
+ Load More