Researchers have developed a economical and environmentally friendly solar cell that uses tin instead of hazardous lead as the light-absorbing material.
There's a new, environmentally friendly solar cell that uses tin instead of lead perovskite in order to harvest light. The low-cost solar cell could potentially be a breakthrough for solar energy.
Four universities in Europe have formed a network that facilitates sharing of applications for teaching and collaboration through a secure single sign-on system
Last week we saw President Obama interacting with Honda’s ASIMO soccer-playing robot. Another incredible and new piece of robotics is the RoboGolfPro – the golf swing coach of the future with various capabilities.
It's mega strong, ultra light and super stretchy, and if things work out, a wonder material discovered in Britain could change many aspects of human existence - starting with peoples' sex lives.
3D printing is poised to transform the world as we know it. Consumer goods will be personalised and produced on demand, while manufacturers will be able to use 3D printing to come up with radical new designs for everyday objects. But how will this happen, and when?
A team of U.S. researchers said on Wednesday that they have refined a method for regenerating muscle tissue. The new type of treatment, which uses the lining of pig bladders, has shown some success in regrowing lost tissue for patients who suffered from various traumatic injuries.
Scientists may have found a way to create tiny, but more powerful, signal-generating or receiving antennas and other electronics.
Want to develop a faster microchip? Then basing it on the human brain is a good place to start. Scientists have created a more energy-efficient circuit board that's 9,000 times faster than usual by modeling it on the human brain.
A recent study examines how many parents limit the amount of time their child spends viewing media and what this means for certain families.
Who guarantees that expensive olive oil isn't counterfeit or adulterated? An invisible label, developed by ETH researchers, could perform this task. The tag consists of tiny magnetic DNA particles encapsulated in a silica casing and mixed with the oil.