A newly developed material could help reduce signal losses in photonic devices, while boosting the efficiency of various light-based technologies.
A new innovation could make printing solar cells both simple and inexpensive.
With sensors placed in sports equipment, coaches will be able to track how fast the ball is moving or how players move across the field.
A new 2D ‘wonder’ material will help produce flexible, highly efficient and much smaller electronic devices.
A new diagnostic method has correctly predicted autism in 80 percent of high-risk infants, according to a new study.
The microscope is about one square centimeter in size and is attached to a small printed circuit board, about half the size of a credit card.
Scientists believe they have estimated the lifetime of the solar nebula, which is a key stage during which much of the solar system evolution took shape.
Researchers may have developed a cheaper and easier alternative to improving defect-ridden, low-quality, commercially manufactured diamonds.
Purple bacteria has the ability to switch between energy sources and different electron donors depending on their surrounding environment.
The report recommends a set of overarching principals to be used by any nation in governing human genome editing research or applications.
The results could help astronomers understand the workings of the cosmic thermostat that controls the launching of radio jets from the super-massive black hole.
A new nanofiber-on-microfiber matrix could lead to more and better quality stem cells for disease treatment and regenerative therapies.
A new device that is small enough to fit into a contact lens may lead the way for a method to conduct ultrasounds and other scientific applications.
Researchers developed a class of walking bio-bots powered by muscle cells and controlled with electrical optical pulses.
Fish are being pushed from their homes by seismic testing, a surveying method that uses dynamite, a specialized air gun or a seismic vibrator to develop images...
New research may have circumvented the study of nutrients in brains, which previously was restricted to postmortem or non-human tissue.
A new model kidney might help improve medicines and treatments for kidney diseases, while also replacing human and animal testing.
Just in time for Valentine’s Day, scientists have created a 3D heart tissue that beats in synchronized harmony.
Device alerts transform communication when an officer is shot or stabbed.
Those hot summer days may soon get a little bit cooler thanks to a new material that can help cool down roofs.
One microchip generates terahertz waves and a second chip captures and reads intricate details of the waves.
3D printing may have saved the life of 20-month old Nate Yamane after his pulmonary artery, repaired once before, began to narrow again.
A compound extracted from a deep-water marine sponge could end up helping develop antibacterial solutions against a drug-resistant “super bacteria.”
Microbes in the gut and their byproducts may uncover a better understanding of human health.
A recent study has uncovered a mineral that can convert sunlight, heat and movement all at once into electricity.
Scientists have identified an exotic binary star system 380 light-years away as a white dwarf pulsar, the first ever discovered in the universe.
The continuous operation of an all diode-pumped, high-energy femtosecond petawatt laser system has been demonstrated.
The latest satellite data shows that the rift in the Larsen C ice shelf in Antarctica has grown 10 kilometers (km) since the new year, bringing the total to...
This could lead to the identification of new antibiotic treatments and vaccines.
A giant black hole has been on a decade long feast of a nearby star.
Researchers have made a cheaper and more efficient microbial fuel cell by developing an electrode using chemically enhanced paper.
Building on a previous breakthrough, researchers were able to use an improved gene therapy vector to improve the hearing of genetically deaf mice.
A specialized enzyme may be the key to breaking down the rigid plant cell wall components needed to convert plant biomass to fuels and chemicals.
The Bee Corp is preparing to begin research and development on building and testing sensors to better understand bee needs and behaviors.
The human brain can only store so much information before it needs to recalibrate.
The Earth’s water may have actually originally formed by chemical reactions between silicon and fluid hydrogen deep within the planet’s mantle.
All-solid-state batteries could eventually replace the common lithium-ion battery made with liquid electrolytes.
A new thin, flexible, light-absorbing material may be a boon for advancements in energy and stealth applications.
A new light source could pave the way for a more efficient microchip capable of handling gigabits per second data speeds.