Researchers are bending microwaves to make an invisibility cloak device from radar.
Month: September 2013
Could tiny drones be the pollinators of the future?
Engineers race to complete 1 World Trade Center as they grapple with the final challenges.
These buoys can move through the ocean for months with little more than a battery.
These metals “remember” their original shape and revert to it when heated.
Some day shape memory alloys could help build airplane wings that bend.
Silicon transistors allow engineers to shrink a transistor to the size of a few atoms.
Researchers are using nano-wires to cram more transitors into a computer chip.
A sheet of graphene one atom thick still conducts electricity.
Thinking about getting a nose job? Thank goodness it’s not the 16th century.