Researchers have created a new ultrasensitive gas sensor that is made from boron-doped graphene. This new graphene sensor is capable of detecting noxious gas molecules at extremely low concentrations, according to the researchers.
Researchers at the University of Liverpool have created a new semiconductor material for solar cell technology using zinc tin nitride, paving the way for the new material to be considered for solar cell applications.
It turns out that some 3D printed objects may actually be toxic. Scientists have found that some parts produced by commercial 3D printers are toxic to certain fish embryos.
Researchers have created a new night vision technology that can rival that from the movie, 'Predator.' The new development involves the use of graphene, which creates better and cheaper night vision devices.
Researchers have created a new low-cost battery that could help store renewable energy. The battery is made of magnesium and sodium, and it has the same energy density as lithium-ion batteries.
NASA is turning its attention to robotic technologies, which can be used to service, repair and even refueling satellites in space.
Researchers have created a new technique for faster computing using sound to speed up computers and moving data.
Researchers have created a new method for storing concentrated solar thermal energy that is cost effective and environmentally friendly, and will enable solar thermal energy to have wider practical uses.
Researchers have created a new technique where you can detect diabetes in a saliva sample with a smartphone. The new technology provides immediate results and will be used for diagnosis of diabetes within low-income populations, according to the researchers.
Researchers have created the world's first 3-D image of a protein that spreads cancer. The structural image of the enzyme will enable researchers to better under and develop potential anticancer drugs and treatments.
Researchers have created a new technology which will convert alcohols, such as ethanol straight to hydrocarbons, which can be used as as fossil fuel alternatives, according to a study at the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
Scientists have made the first ever direct images that show that electrical currents can flow along the boundaries between tiny magnetic regions of a material that doesn't normally conduct electricity.