In 2023, the world experienced another wave of science and technology (S&T) innovation, from the introduction of the first over-the-counter birth control pill in the U.S. to the stunning growth of ChatGPT and artificial intelligence.
Graphene, called the miracle material, has taken its place among the global rush industry. Today, there has been a great enhancement in graphene rush globally.
Defense contractor Teledyne FLIR has unveiled its new thermal sniper scope that can see its own bullets fly by day or night at ranges up to 2,200 m (1.3 miles).
Yamaha previously announced it would show its prototype hydrogen-combustion outboard motor at the 2024 Miami International Boat Show, and it's gone the extra mile in bringing a prototype boat and fuel delivery system to go along with it.
Minesto's fully operational Dragon 12 looks like some sort of futuristic military drone – but it behaves remarkably like a kite underwater. It uses lift generated by tidal flows to fly patterns faster than the currents, harvesting renewable energy.
Mergers and acquisitions often facilitate faster product innovation. So why are governments prohibiting them?
A new way of creating color uses the scattering of light of specific wavelengths around tiny, almost perfectly round silicon crystals.
Researchers have devised an economically viable way of reducing the environmental impact of both the steel and aluminum industries by using hydrogen to melt down the toxic red mud left over from aluminum production to produce green steel in around 10
French startup FinX was founded on the idea that the best way to preserve nature is to look to it for inspiration.
Connecticut-based WaveAerospace has announced "the world's fastest multirotor UAS," a "new class of aircraft" that's effectively a quadcopter drone with a raging jet turbine in the middle, capable of insane speeds and all-weather operation.
Gentlemen, start your turbines – it's time to see how these spectacular next-gen personal flight devices look and perform in the fire of competition.
German optics titan Zeiss is heading to CES next week to show off its Multifunctional Smart Glass technology, which can float "holographic" and augmented-reality content...
If you're on a sightseeing tour in a bus, you really don't want to be looking away from the passing attractions to Google them on your smartphone.
Tackling hilly commutes with motor assistance is great, but having to regularly park up to recharge the battery can be a pain.
Shift Robotics aimed to get folks walking faster back in 2022, with a Kickstarter project for strap-on powered wheels called Moonwalkers. Now the Carnegie Mellon spinoff is launching a business-specific variant called the Moonwalkers X.
Humanity needs to simplify the technology and products for our civilization but make them fully scalable and self-replicating.
New high-performance ultrafast lasers are being made on nanophotonic chips.
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Now the Israeli authorities have announced that these vehicles will all be shredded and buried, ostensibly because under Jewish custom all human remains must be interred in a timely fashion. But is that the real reason for this course of action?
Concrete may seem strong and permanent, but it can be surprisingly vulnerable to the elements.
Researchers have created a floating, solar-powered device that converts contaminated water or seawater into clean hydrogen fuel and drinking water.
While everyday carry (EDC) multitools are great at many things, they can fall short in the measuring department.