Chicken eggshells could provide a cheap and easily accessible alternative to traditional batteries
Posts Categorized: Science and Natural World
The ability to efficiently separate individual cells is essential in the development of biopharmaceuticals
The minature brain sends out tendrils of neurons that cause the muscles to move, just like in the human body
A new method turns natural silk fibres into a comfortable conductive material
Satellite technology makes it easier and cheaper to map remote ocean locations and governments better prepare for natural disasters
Scientists capture bacteria from hot springs that could hold key to sustainable power supplies
Volvo supports seawall design that mimics a popular habitat for marine life
Bill Gates funded startup could disrupt the $200 billion meat industry
A rocky red landscape in China serves as a Mars simulation base
The dome-shaped habitat allows divers to decompress, eat, and even sleep underwater
A company called Ducky is inspiring people to take action on climate change
Researchers in the US develop an app to detect when a person is overdosing
The 2020 Olympic medals will be made from old smart phones, laptops and tablets
Researchers develop an algorithm to reconstruct an object blocked from view
A new way to make diamond fibres with a laser could disrupt the $14-billion diamond industry
Researchers at the National Taiwan University discover that the plastic children’s toy can spin fast enough to separate blood
A startup pioneers a new way to rebuild coral reefs while using an innovative financing method
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
A startup has developed a new sustainable beehive with IoT connectivity to eradicate deadly mites and keep bees safe.
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.