Smart skins, sensors and carbon nanotube textiles are the future of nanotechnology.
Could fish fins be able to sense touch like human fingertips?
Researchers have created a flexible and transparent pressure sensor that can accurately measure pressure distribution.
A team of scientists have created a new stretchable and wearable sensor using chewing gum.
Researchers have created a 'golden' smart sensor that can detect single molecules in chemical and biological compounds.
University of Washington engineers have developed a novel technology to power devices using something found in almost every home - a Wi-Fi router.
Researchers have created an innovative temperature sensor that is printable, flexible and very light to carry. The new sensor can be used in health care and welfare applications, according to researchers at the University of Tokyo.
Imagine a robotic hand that is dexterous enough to manipulate tiny objects. That's exactly what researchers are working toward with the help of optical sensors.
Seals are helping scientists plumb the depths of the world's remotest oceans. After hooking up seals with sensors, researchers have collected data that builds a detailed picture of areas that are currently difficult for humans to visit.
Farmers in the eastern U.S. received bad news last week for future protection of their crops because bats are dying in large numbers due to white-nose syndrome. Researchers from the University of California, Riverside think they can help.
For almost two years, researchers at ETH Zurich have been measuring air quality along tram lines in Zurich with mobile sensors, generating precise maps that for the first time show when and where air pollution in Zurich is at its highest.
A new study conducted by the researchers of University of Exeter has made an exotic discovery about the beautiful shimmering wings of the tropical blue Morpho butterfly which could be used for innovating new technologies, from fabrics to sensors.