Kenny Walter
Digital Reporter

Kenny Walter is a reporter for R&D Magazine. After graduating with a B.A. in journalism from Temple in 2008 he spent more than seven years as a reporter with Greater Media Newspapers covering municipal and state government with a focus on municipal finances and environmental issues.

Biofilms are the slimy colonies of microbes coating medical equipment that lead to about 80 percent of all medical infections.
9.19.2018
3:40pm
Researchers have developed a new brain imaging technique that reveals the spread of specific tau protein depositions that are associated with Alzheimer’s...
9.19.2018
3:27pm
A new graphene-based device could yield improved communication systems and thermal imaging technologies.
9.19.2018
10:48am
A newly discovered class of fluorescent dyes could be useful in the next wave of biological imaging technology.
9.18.2018
3:23pm
Researchers have developed new wearable technology that can turn the human skin into a loudspeaker.
9.18.2018
11:03am
Advertisement
A new smart and flexible photoacoustic imaging technique could produce fiber optic sensors.
9.17.2018
3:36pm
Researchers have demonstrated a new passive anti-frosting surface that, without chemicals or additional energy inputs, remains 90 percent dry and frost-free.
9.17.2018
10:56am
Researchers have created a new neural network that performs human-like reasoning procedures to answer questions about the contents of images.
9.14.2018
4:12pm
Researchers believe they can produce better treatments for various skin-related birth defects and other challenges
9.14.2018
11:11am
Scientists may have devised a way to improve how soft engineering systems and devices are designed and fabricated.
9.13.2018
4:15pm
Copper oxide nanoparticle ink is a potential low-cost alternative to silver or gold-based nano-particle inks in printed electronics.
9.13.2018
4:11pm
New research suggests that an effective treatment against all strains of the Ebola virus may be on the horizon.
9.13.2018
10:49am
Researchers have discovered that bacteria that are part of the human gut microbiome have the ability to produce electricity.
9.12.2018
4:02pm
Advertisement
Researchers are turning to sodium for the next wave of rechargeable batteries for electronic devices and electrical vehicles.
9.12.2018
10:46am
Researchers have created a portable, wearable ultrasound transducer that could reduce the cost of ultrasound scanners down to about $100.
9.11.2018
3:28pm
Researchers have developed a new process to synthesize vanadium dioxide nanoparticles that could yield more economical energy-efficient smart windows.
9.11.2018
10:36am
New sequencing technology is enabling researchers to examine an entire molecule of RNA.
9.10.2018
3:39pm
A research team from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering has created a new algorithm that models how magnetic materials interact with incoming radio signals.
9.10.2018
10:18am
Researchers have presented new research that suggests that the reasoning that resulted in Pluto being declassified as a planet was ultimately faulty.
9.7.2018
3:22pm
Frequent midday naps may be refreshing, but the urge to take them could be a symptom of something more serious.
9.7.2018
11:12am
Researchers from Tel Aviv University have created a fully autonomous bat-like robot that uses echolocation to move through new environments.
9.6.2018
4:03pm
Advertisement
Researchers are working on a “smart” bandage that will actively monitor the condition of chronic wounds and deliver drug treatments to improve healing.
9.6.2018
3:41pm
New research suggests that an ancient period of global warming 56 million years ago did not have much of an impact on shallow marine life.
9.6.2018
11:06am
A new machine learning algorithm might one day yield personalized treatments for metabolic disorders.
9.5.2018
4:05pm
A team from the Australian National University (ANU) has discovered how to insert tiny compartments from blue-green algae, called carboxysomes, into plants.
9.5.2018
11:12am
By combining two emerging technologies, researchers have created a new smart material that could someday reduce the cost of flying.
9.4.2018
3:53pm
New technology using semi-artificial photosynthesis could yield future renewable energy systems.
9.4.2018
10:38am
A research team has developed a molecular hopper that is small enough to be able to move single strands of DNA through a protein nanotube.
8.31.2018
2:10pm
Scientists from Rutgers University have discovered evidence that simple protein catalysts—primordial peptides—could have existed when life ultimately began.
8.31.2018
10:37am
Scientists have discovered a previous unknown link between the disruption of the circadian clock and eating behavior.
8.30.2018
3:25pm
Scientists are using a mineral-coated sand to remove contaminants from storm water.
8.30.2018
10:41am
Researchers have developed a three-pronged approach to treat spinal cord injuries.
8.29.2018
3:35pm
A team from the University of Minnesota has created a 3D printed array of light receptors on a hemispherical surface for the first time ever.
8.29.2018
10:32am
Researchers have created a new self-powered sensor that could allow doctors to remotely monitor how patients are recovering following surgery.
8.28.2018
3:14pm
Researchers have found that stem cells transformed into 3D human liver tissue can support liver function.
8.28.2018
10:53am
An international team of researchers has found a new species of the Ebola virus in a host before it has been detected in an infected human or animal.
8.27.2018
3:44pm
Researchers have created a material that can literally fit a square peg into a round hole and revert to its previous shape.
8.27.2018
10:50am
A new metal alloy that exhibits superior durability could enable longer-lasting tires and electronics.
8.24.2018
11:35am
With 4D printing, objects can reshape or self-assemble themselves over time with external stimuli like mechanical force, temperature or a magnetic field.
8.22.2018
10:14am