Scientists have used an innovative 3D-printing technology to manufacture multipurpose fish-shaped microrobots that swim around and are powered by hydrogen peroxide.
Tiny sensors may just save bees. Intel and CSIRO have joined together to create tiny bee "backpacks" that will hopefully help researchers discover why bee populations are declining in Australia.
Graphene is the super material of the future. Now, though, researchers have found a way to embed metallic nanoparticles in graphene and turn the material into a useful catalyst for fuel cells and other applications.
Scientists may have discovered a way to change carbon dioxide (CO2) into a valuable commodity.
Most people know about quantum computers. But did you know that it might one day be possible to build computers from DNA?
Scientists may already be working on a way to secure data for the quantum computers of the future.
Thoth Technology is laying down the plans to build an elevator into space in order to make space travel more cost efficient.
New findings about DNA-based storage has the potential to solve all the problems and data loss related to hard drive-based storage.
A "Drinkable Book" sounds like something out of a Sci-Fi movie, but it is indeed a real thing. This waterpurifying system is based on nanotechnology that's inexpensive to create and easily transportable.
NASA may have designed a gecko-inspired robot that could, in the future, help the International Space Station.