Students have managed to build an electric-powered personal flying machine. Named Snowstorm, it could be a clean and simple way to realize our dreams of flying.
Researchers at Penn State University have created a new microfluidic device that can make biomedical diagnoses at a cheap and affordable cost. The device is also disposable, but also has reusable features.
A team of scientists have created a new stretchable and wearable sensor using chewing gum.
Scary as it may sound, we may be teaching robots in the same way we teach human babies in the future.
A team of scientists have created a super capacitor thread that can be made into clothes. So very soon you can power your electronic devices using your own garments.
Three-year-old Vincent was born with a rare deformity in which his hind legs were missing below the midway point of his tibias. The domestic short-haired cat was brought to an animal shelter as a kitten where animal specialists weren't able to determine what was responsible for the health issue that...
A team of Serbian researchers have created a graphene microphone that performs better than a commercial microphone.
Scientists may have taken one step closer to precise genome editing. They've engineered changes to the revolutionary CRISPR-Cas9 genome editing system that significantly cut down on "off-target" editing errors.
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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.