Big structures rule this week's tech gallery, from the new tallest building the U.S. to a vertical ship designed to drift on ocean currents.
The virus increases the surface area of the wire, which in turn increases the area where electrochemical activity takes place.
When programmed in certain ways, bacteria can store data, clean dangerous waste, produce film-like images and even make renewable fuel.
If these scientists succeed, glowing plants could replace your lamps at home. Continue reading →
When put into a container of salt water and hit with an electrical current, the artificial creature started swimming.
Researchers grafted human skin cells to frames meshed with spider silk.
"Sewer" meat is not only plausible, it's been taste-tested. Yum.
Materials store memory and process information simultaneously, just like real neurons.