Clusters of decentralized units could be used in search and rescue operations or drug delivery
A small patch of graphene on human skin seemed to block the mosquitoes’ ability to sense certain molecules that trigger a bite. Christopher Intagliata reports.
The nation wants to make its AI industry dominant by 2030
The soft wearable could prove useful for military applications, emergencies and medical rehabilitation
Innovation and discovery as chronicled in Scientific American
Major technological shifts are fewer and farther between than they once were
Droplets filled with nanoparticles behave just like bar magnets
Engineer John Houbolt pushed for a smaller ship to land on the lunar surface while the command module stayed in orbit around the moon.
The pack produces a steady trickle of electricity from the swinging motion of your stuff. Christopher Intagliata reports.
A combination of two technologies could vastly improve food safety
Thin, flat metalenses could replace bulky glass for manipulating light
Droid friends and assistants are penetrating deeper into our lives
World-changing technologies that are poised to rattle the status quo
A monitoring device could measure overall power consumption and identify critical malfunctions
It could lead to drones that fly like bats
A system that transmits radio waves through fruit could help farmers monitor soil moisture
A stark new report lays out the ways the state will need to adapt, beyond traditional engineering approaches
New research seeks to improve the effectiveness of unmanned aerial vehicles in search and rescue operations