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A new robot may help passengers find their way through the airport. The robot in the "Spencer" project is now ready to face the real world at the major international airport Schiphol in Amsterdam.
Scientists have developed colorless ink made of nanocrystalline titania that can be loaded into an inkjet printer to create holographic images.
In a recent study, researchers revealed that they are using blue-green algae as a green power source, which produces electrical energy.
Researchers have created a 'golden' smart sensor that can detect single molecules in chemical and biological compounds.
Scientists may have created a new form of gold that's almost as light as air.
Computers may actually be able to perceive image curves, rather like artists.
In a recent study. researchers at the University of Glasgow in the UK have created a new technique that produces graphene at a hundred times cheaper than conventional methods.
Using their state-of-the-art simulation facility, scientists have explored the use of car driving simulators as tools for training and testing drivers to reduce road traffic accidents and fatalities.
Researchers have created analog and digital electronics circuits inside living planets. Using the vascular system of living roses, the scientists have managed to build key components of electronic circuits.
Scientists at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory have created new microscopy technique that captures a view of evolving fuel cell catalysts.