New class of reusable carbon nanotubes could clean polluted waters more effectively than silicon gels and activated carbon
Massachusetts Institute of Technology discovered a way to freeze water solid even at high temperature that would normally set it boil.
Many have criticized Apple for producing phones that are a little different than, or no different from, their predecessors. But it looks like the tech giant is taking a different direction. How about making your usual touch screen foldable?
MIT engineered spinach plants to act as a bomb detector
A study shows that if fed with certain nanomaterials, silkworms can produce super silk that can withstand breakage at 50 percent and is even conductive by electricity.
Recent headlines proclaim huge tech break-throughs related to carbon nanotubes, but what are they and why do they matter?
The Nobel Prize in Physics was awarded just last week to the three experts who brought revolutionary blue LEDs into our lives. However, a new team of physicists from Japan are saying that they have already crafted a more efficient and nature-friendly alternative light source.
Researchers have developed a new and inexpensive way to craft hydrogen fuel on an industrial level without a need for methane. Researcher say that this a huge step towards making hydrogen a viable alternative to fossil fuels.
Goths, cocktail waitresses, and the "deepest" of poets should all be thrilled this week, as it was announced that black just got darker. Researchers have managed to craft a material so black that it absorbs all but 0.035 percent of visible light.