The strange properties of the moon’s soil could be due to meteorites creating and smashing glass bubbles containing ultrafine particles on the lunar surface.
Californian scientists are using viruses to harvest energy from everyday vibrations like walking.
Researchers have developed a fabric coating that can make dirt and grime slough off.
Majorana particles may have been detected for the first time since their theoretical existence was first proposed in the 1930s, with potential applications for quantum computing.
Imagine an ultra lightweight material so buoyant that a one-pound boat constructed from it could carry 1,000 pounds–equivalent to five kitchen fridges.
Researchers can now develop intelligent materials made of proteins for use in medical treatments.
Australian researchers have been able to place a single phosphorous atom with extreme accuracy inside a silicon crystal, making a working transistor.
A new biological dressing has been designed to achieve almost an instant halt to bleeding.
Researchers identified, isolated, and grew a new type of magnetic bacteria that could lead to novel biotech and nanotech uses.
Using nanotechnology, scientists have developed an optical probe that can be used to see inside living cells.