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A small capsule could change how we take some medications
Researchers develop a game that could improve your focus
Researchers at the National Taiwan University discover that the plastic children’s toy can spin fast enough to separate blood
A Japanese startup is betting that tiny satellite-driven meteor showers offer high-end entertainment
A scientist’s insights into bird feather design could change the way we make adhesives and planes
Researchers have developed a small robot capable of climbing upside down using electricity and could be used to inspect large complex machinery.
Scientists have developed a method of 3D-printing wood grain, producing blocks that resemble wood even when sliced open.
The small size of these construction robots could negate the need for road disruption during pipe repairs.
This standalone system could solve two problems at once by finding use for waste water and improving hygiene practices in developing countries.
Researchers have developed a VR map of a tumour to allow scientists to observe cells from all angles and for greater diagnostics.
Student researchers have developed microchips that use ‘backscattering’ to transmit data with almost no power to IoT devices.
An R&D company is partnering with vets, tech experts and pharmaceutical companies to create an AI consumer app for pet owners that will advise on preventative healthcare.
Researchers have been inspired by geckos’ feet to develop a liquid crystalline elastomer material that bends in set directions in response to heat and light.
Using the same piece of paper up to 100 times could be ground-breaking in changing our everyday environmental impact.
A group of Australian researchers have found a valuable environmental use for nanoparticles derived from green mangos.
China-based health tracking platform has partnered with a range of leading biotech companies to offer individuals insight into health trends based on their own genomics.
Researchers in Canada have developed smart acoustic sensors that can pinpoint small leaks in water mains and can easily be retrofitted onto fire hydrants.
Researchers in Germany have a developed a wafer thin e-skin wearable that detects the Earth’s magnetic fields and can be used to control devices or for navigation.
China-based research into using nuclear fusion as a clean energy source is the first to achieve temperatures of over 100-million degrees Celsius paving the way for artificial sun technology.
This innovative backpack design helps reduce debilitating health repercussions for manual labourers.
Switzerland-based startup offers rentable end-to-end automated equipment for conducting experiments in space.