The exciting one-atom thick super material can now be produced in ample quantities and high quality. Rapid improvements in nanotechnology are now expected.
This infographic shows 13 futuristic gadgets that would be right at home in a science fiction novel that are already available today. And I few will surprise you.
The US Naval Research Lab in Washington has flown a radio controlled plane using the new fuel - and said it could eventually power warships and the planes they carry.
Last year, researchers at UCLA made a rather fantastic, if serendipitous, discovery. A team of scientists led by chemist Richard Kaner had just finished devising an efficient method for producing high-quality sheets of the Nobel-prize winning superma...
Don't give up on flying cars or hoverboards just yet! As technology marches relentlessly on, everything goes into development sooner or later---as demonstr
The trouble with the word "nanotechnology" is that it refers mostly to an idea from science fiction and futurism: nanoscopic, self-replicating machines that can turn any piece of matter into another piece of matter in seconds.
Better sound could come from infusing speaker membrane with magnetic nanoparticles and doing away with the bulky permanent magnet.
Last week, Garantia Data raised $9 million in a Series A round led by Bain Capital and Carmel Ventures. The company had previously raised $3.8 million in seed..
Check this out! As many curbs as I've hit, I might just need these tires! Resilient Tech has been testing these out for some time now, developing them for the military. Its a radical new de...
If you're the sort that needs peace and quiet to get anything done, escaping the noise pollution of every day life -- regardless of where you're located -- is no easy task. A white noise machine can help, but in the end it's still electronic noise, a...
Concentrating the sun's ray onto solar photovoltaic (PV) modules requires walking the fine line between optimizing power output and not literally melting your very expensive super-high-efficiency solar cells.
Engineers have created a new wireless communication system that allows devices to interact with each other without relying on batteries or wires for power. The technology could enable a network of devices and sensors to communicate with no power sour...
Many of the following modern devices will change our lives—and the world we live in—for good:
Computers may be naturally fluent in binary, but how might they fare with learning human languages? Computers were tested by playing the game Civilization.