Though E Ink technology is perhaps best known for its use in ereaders, it can also be found in phones, magazine covers, bus stops, signage, and more.
The 'holy grail' of batteries: Scientists develop an 'iron-air' battery that stores electricity for days through rusting - and is a fraction of the cost of lithium-ion equivalents
– And Pays in Digital Currency if You Help to Fill it!
Looking for a smokeless fire pit that burns real wood and is portable?
This graphene-based aerogel is the lightest sound insulation material ever manufactured, say researchers at the University of Bath, who have demonstrated its ability to damp down noise by up to 16 decibels despite weighing just 2.1 kg per cubic meter
Scientists at the Australian National University (ANU) have developed a new type of night-vision technology that is the first of its kind.
Turning on the air conditioning to its highest setting can bring sweet relief. But your resulting energy bill? Not so much. What if your home could stay cool all on its own--no electricity required?
Australian researchers have created what may be one of the most thermally stable materials ever discovered.
Beyond putting rubber on the world's least-efficient hypercars, the Michelin Group also has its hand in more sustainable inflatable endeavors.
Quantum LEAP for medical research: Scientists develop a microscope that can zoom in on tiny structures with 35 per cent more clarity
Batteries are taking their sweet time to improve, but Sweden's Candela isn't waiting around.
The patent describes the complexity of the layers of this so-called bulletproof glass.
One of the more interesting areas of battery research centers on how these devices can not just store energy, but also double as structural components.
While it's important to check wounds for infections, removing the dressing in order to do so can be disruptive to the healing process. A new smart bandage could help, by "glowing" in a certain way if an infection is beginning.
Samsung Display has been teasing some of the screen technology that it's working on for future smartphones, as part of the Display Week 2021 virtual conference. We've got foldables, slideables, and an under-display camera.
As companies continue to search for more environmentally regenerative materials to use in manufacturing, the tire industry is beginning to revisit an old Soviet method of rubber cultivation, using a plant that is considered a pesky weed in the West
The materials we coat our buildings with can have a big influence on their ability to reflect heat from the Sun and overall energy efficiency.
Front loader, your days are numbered.
A new fabric developed by a Chinese team of scientists that works like a smartphone could have applications in communications, navigation, healthcare, and safety.
In 2014, no less an authority than NASA proclaimed in peer-reviewed papers that it was getting mysterious thrust from the EmDrive, a strange, brassy trumpet of a thing that its creators claimed could produce thrust with no propellant.
Bike Tires That Need No Air Are Made From NASA Rover Tech –But Soon Will Be Available to Any Cyclist
Four years after we interviewed one of the engineers tasked with realizing it, Norway's remarkably ambitious Stad Ship Tunnel has finally been given the thumbs up. Slated to begin construction next year, the tunnel will cut through an entire peninsul
Wind turbines are a good source of renewable energy, but they typically incorporate heavy-duty towers – thus making them permanent structures. The new Wind Catcher, however, is designed to be lightweight and portable.