For close to two decades, Cornell scientists have developed processes for using polymers to self-assemble inorganic nanoparticles into porous structures that could revolutionize electronics, energy and more.
Networks of nanometer-scale machines offer exciting potential applications in medicine, industry, environmental protection and defense, but until now there’s been one very small problem: the limited capability of nanoscale antennas fabricated from traditional metallic components.
There's a reason why prime time TV is called prime time. Late night TV has usually been for horrible movies, many of which I love of course, re-runs of I Spy, and in later years, infomercials.
August was quite a month for comedy fans.
Not only was it announced that Ghostbusters 3 will soon go into production, and that the return of Austin Powers and Fletch may be imminent, but the news also hit that The Blues Brothers may be returning as well, this time to television.
Airplane designers have been working on sensor networks something like the human nervous system, which would run throughout the body shell and report directly to engineers when maintenance is required.
Wake Forest University professor Errin Fulp is training an army of 'digital ants' designed to patrol the power grid and protect it from viruses.
The United States Air Force (USAF) is preparing for a new role in defending the country from hostile cyber attacks.
Ivi TV has decided to get its retaliation in first, and is suing several major broadcasters to assert its right to broadcast their content without formal agreements.
An undoubtedly well-meaning psychiatrist has claimed that video game dependence is similar to drug and alcohol addiction.
Secpoint has introduced a new "portable penetrator" that offers browser-based wireless vulnerability scanning of large networks across hundreds of IP addresses simultaneously.
Corporate drones rejoice! You will soon be able to use Microsoft Outlook to view Facebook and MySpace status updates from the privacy of your dreary cubicles!