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Headset Links Brain to Machines
Sharing visual images between two brains may sound like science fiction, but recent technological breakthroughs will make the idea feasible.
May 28th, 2019
Some have even called this morphing material 'mighty'.
Jan 7th, 2019
Nanotubes Could Give World Better Batteries
Thin nanotube films effectively stop dendrites that grow naturally from unprotected lithium metal anodes in batteries.
Oct 26th, 2018
Do You Take Graphene With Your Toast?
Researchers create patterned graphene onto food, paper, cloth, cardboard.
Feb 16th, 2018
Engineers Refine Collaborative Robots
Like toddlers, robots can use a little help as they learn to function in the physical world.
Dec 5th, 2017
Unique Properties Found in Indented Cement
How tiny indentations can benefit the crystals in concrete.
Jul 20th, 2017
Team Develops Microscope for Your Brain
They want to design a new way for sight and sound to be delivered directly to the brain.
Jul 14th, 2017
Team Debuts Battery-Less Pacemaker
It harvests energy wirelessly from radio frequency radiation transmitted by an external battery pack.
Jun 6th, 2017
Graphene-Nanotube Hybrid Boots Batteries
These new prototypes store three times the energy of lithium-ion batteries.
May 19th, 2017
Nanocars Taken for a Rough Ride
If you're driving a nanocar on the open road, things are bound to get sticky.
Jun 2nd, 2016
Graphene De-icer for Aircraft
The new material still melts ice from wings and wires when conditions get too cold, but if it's +7°F, ice won't form at all.
May 23rd, 2016
Compound Helps Lithium Batteries
New ‘white graphene’ allows lithium-ion batteries to set one of the widest temperature ranges ever reported.
Apr 11th, 2016