Graphene inks are on the way

A team of researchers at Northwestern Engineering has come up with a new way of producing graphene, which could eventually lead to printable graphene ink.

Jurassic ink found in fossilized squid

Ink sacs found in two 160-million-year-old giant cephalopod fossils have been found to contain ink that's essentially identical to that of today's cuttlefish.

Spray-on nanomaterial can neutralize IEDs

It sounds too good to be true - but US scientists have developed a substance that they say can be sprayed onto suspected explosives to detect and completely neutralize them.