Could quantum dots become the new silicon wafer?
A new polymer can visibly change shape with your body temperature.
Scientists have engineered a new synthetic biopathway that can more efficiently and cost-effectively turn agricultural waste, like corn stover and orange peoples into useful products.
Imagine if you could create any object out of a flat sheet of paper. Now, scientists may have made that possible by characterizing the fundamental origami fold.
A beetle may help researchers deal with frost.
It's slimy, it's gross, and it can be found in the deep ocean.
A new, metallic glue may be better than soldering and welding
Scientists are taking a closer look at how seashells get their strength from their own biological material.
Scientists have created an exceptionally strong yet still light-weight material that could be a huge boon in the future.
Scientists may have created one of the strongest, lightest and thinnest to date. They've engineered the thinnest plates to date that can be picked up and manipulated by hand.
Scientists have developed colorless ink made of nanocrystalline titania that can be loaded into an inkjet printer to create holographic images.