In addition to making plants into capacitors, the scientists also made fuel cells that work inside plants to turn their sugars into energy.
This material is 1,000 times better than the best variants of LED-based nanochips elsewhere. The technology also uses optical sensors -- that is, using the power of light -- to make its connections more stable.
Researchers can now create their own bots with a proven framework that uses 3D printing.
It is known that a lot of aerial drones are trying to mimic small insects with their processes. However, nothing beats the maneuverability and efficiency of the dragonfly. Now researchers are trying to create a hybrid drone.
Tensions in the global political atmosphere are starting to raise concerns about the possibility of cyberwarfare in multiple countries. This is pushing Southeast Asia and countries such as India to amp up their cybersecurity game.
Who needs a selfie stick if a drone can take photos for you? This is the objective of the AirSelfie, a pocket-sized drone that can help users remotely capture aerial photos and videos.
Locked-in patients unable to move or speak are given a voice through new technology.
Scientists have just turned hydrogen into metal, in what appears to be a stunning act of alchemy that would soon revolutionalize the field of technology and spaceflight.
2017 is turning out to be an exciting year in the field of transportation. The Airbus Group plans to test a prototype of its self-piloted flying car as a way to avoid gridlock by the end of 2017. This was confirmed by the group's chief executive officer.
Five years from now, here are the amazing innovations that's set to rock the world.
Is there a better teacher than a WiFi-connected Albert Einstein?
Microsoft has just announced this morning that it has finally acquired AI startup Maluuba, a Toronto-based company that wants to use deep learning for language processing.
This new wearable can diagnose pneumonia three times faster than a doctor can.