Technology

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Scientists Created an 'On-Off Switch' for Gene Editing

The secret lives of cells — as never seen before

Microchip With Wings Is The Smallest Flying Structure Ever Built

 

Device taps brain waves to help paralyzed man communicate

Gadgets that enable blind people to see.

 

Student Builds Life-Saving Device that Can Instantly Stop Bleeding from Stab Wounds

World's first cultured meat production plant opens in Israel

New Wearable Device Turns Your Body Into a Biological Battery

New technology to transform plant materials into a wide range of products

Breakthrough 3D Solar Panel Design Increases Light Absorption By 125%

Scientists Have Found a Way to Make Foldable Keyboards Out of Any Paper

Leaner, greener, expanding concrete pre-stresses itself as it forms

Creating lenses from spider silk

Self-aligning microscope smashes limits of super-resolution microscopy

 

Introducing "bendeable concrete" for safer and healthier construction

Bacteria used to create "living" building materials

 

Engineers develop multimaterial fiber “ink” for 3-D-printed devices

A Promising Solar Energy Breakthrough Just Achieved 1,000-Degree Heat From Sunlight

Physicists Have Identified a Metal That Conducts Electricity But Not Heat

 

Tiny magnetic particles enable new material to bend, twist, and grab

In surprise breakthrough, scientists create quantum states in everyday electronics

Energy Free Superfast Computing Invented by Scientists Using Light Pulses

Researchers Found a Way to Levitate Objects Using Only Light

New technology produces temp-changing cloth.

Embedded intelligence changes shape of materials.

Scientists use 3D printing to produce human cellular  tissue.

Most materials become thinner as they are stretched. This material becomes thicker!

Brain computer interface enables paralyzed to communicate via tablet.

Camera captures light beams mid-flight!

 

MIT develops self curing and repairing materials.

Optical fibers  sense the materials around them.

Coming soon: computers that run at the speed of light!

In the drive to store more, Samsung delivers less.

Look here to see how far technology has come over the last 50 years!

Inching closer to a DNA-based file system.

Talk about pressure!    

Let there be a new man-made light.

Ultra-Thin optical fibers offer new way to 3D print mcrostructures.

Using chemical reactions in liquid metal to make atomically thin materials.