Chicago, in partnership with researchers at the University of Chicago, Argonne National Library and other companies, has started building on what looks like a fitness tracker built to check the vitals of its city.
Researchers at MIT developed small sensors that could tell which household device uses up too much energy.
German researchers have used 3-D printing to make a micro camera small enough to enter a syringe needle and get injected into the human body.
It turns out Eurasian reed warblers rely on a geomagnetic map to point them in the right direction during their spring migrations.
This is how far science has come: There are 3D-printed micro-robots of fish swimming around, powered by hydrogen peroxide. Researchers think they will inspire “smart” microrobots with the ability to detox, sense, and direct drug delivery.
Bats are known for their breathtaking precision when it comes to flying and avoiding obstacles, and new research credits their expert flying skills to super sensors found in their wings.