Scientists have unlocked an interesting method of using a laser to lower the temperature of water by roughly 36 degrees Fahrenheit. Continue reading →
A new chip from IBM blows everything else out of the water. Continue reading →
Throwable cameras, 3D-printed hearts and cars and maglev hoverboards right out of the 80s movie 'Back to the Future' round out this week's gallery.
Coming soon: an underwater tennis court, a flying bicycle, mood shoes and robotic cockroaches. Oh, what the future has in store.
If the virtual reality theme park doesn't get your blood flowing, the truth goggles and the swarm sub-bots just might.
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 funny thing happened on the way to making a semiconductor.
Scanning probe nanolithography enables cheaper 3-D prototyping.
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