A team of material scientists, chemical engineers and physicists from the University of Pennsylvania has made another advance in their effort to use liquid crystals as a medium for assembling structures.
Harvesting waste heat from power stations and even vehicle exhaust pipes could soon provide a valuable supply of electricity.
In a new twist to string theory, scientists are suggesting that black holes have properties that resemble the dynamics of both solids and liquids.
Scientists at the University of Southern California have taken a big step towards the creation of solar cells in the form of a liquid ink that can be painted or printed onto clear surfaces.
MIT's developed a way to grow an entire electronic device in a flask of liquid. The team demonstrated the technique, called hydrothermal synthesis, by producing a working LED array made of zinc oxide nanowires in a microfluidic channel.
Cell phones damaged by liquid are becoming more and more common these days since we bring such devices pretty much everywhere with us. The beach, pool, and even the bar can wreak havoc on an unsuspecting iPhone, Droid, or iPad when exposed to liquid.
The ALICE detector team at CERN has discovered that the very early universe consisted of a hot, dense liquid, rather than a gas.
BAE Systems has developed advanced liquid body armor for frontline troops that offers improved ballistics protection and ease of movement during combat.
Chimps can tell the difference between different volumes of liquid, even when the bartender hides his actions.