Scientists at the University of Innsbruck say they've created the first efficient and tunable interface for quantum networks.
Scientists have successfully and repeatedly encoded, stored and erased digital data within the DNA of living cells.
Stanford University engineers have created a device that can detect light while itself remaining invisible.
Electric vehicles could soon be charged wirelessly, thanks to a new way of fine-tuning wireless power transfer (WPT) receivers that makes them more efficient and functional.
Berkeley Lab scientists have found a way to make harmless viruses harvest mechanical energy, which could then be used, say, to charge a phone as its owner walks along.
British researchers have mimicked the camouflaging abilities of creatures such as squid and zebrafish, in research that could help soldiers stay out of sight.
Researchers at the Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) have created a new prototype radiation detection device for use at ports, border crossings, airports and elsewhere.
A team from the University of Exeter says it's discovered the most transparent, lightweight and flexible material ever for conducting electricity.
Televisions as thin and flexible as a sheet of paper could be on the way, thanks to a new technique for printing electronics.
Scientists and engineers at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee have discovered a completely new carbon-based material, synthesized from graphene, which could mark a big step towards faster electronics.
Physicists say that, for the first time, they've created an elementary quantum network based on interfaces between single atoms and photons.
Scientists are using electrodes to control a living rhinoceros beetle in an effort to improve the aerodynamic performance of aircraft.
MIT researchers have created a new type of nanoparticle that can synthesize proteins on demand, potentially creating cancer drugs right at the spot they're needed.
A quantum computer created inside a diamond is the first of its kind to include protection against 'decoherence' – noise that prevents it from functioning properly.
Biologists and engineers are working on a tiny robot that functions like a living creature and could be safely used within the human body to diagnose disease.
An MIT researcher believes he's found a way to solve many of the problems that grounded Concorde, and make supersonic commercial flights a reality once more.
A new, high-precision 3D printer can create nanometer-sized objects and is way faster than similar devices.
If you think wearable tech is the way of the future, then this is for you.
Carnegie Mellon University researchers have analyzed millions of Chinese microblogs to discover exactly what terms are being censored.
Big Blue's long had a fascination with the tiny, and now IBM scientists have for the first time been able to measure how charge is distributed within a single molecule.