An odd new material could be a boon in dry regions with limited access to clean water.
IBM researchers have made an important breakthrough: arranging nanotube transistors for complex circuits.
New materials are on the U.S. Department of Defense's radar.
This novel process might lead to purer silicon -- and faster chips.
In the future, the environment could be pervaded by sensors using the same power-scavenging techniques as RFID tags.
A project is networking home appliances and thermostats to electricity grids, decreasing utility costs and electricity loads.
Freescale Semiconductor is using nanoscale materials to halve the size of flash memory and make it much less expensive.
Small satellites that can orient themselves and link together could lead to better space exploration.
A peek at the simple brain and sensors of the autonomous robot phenomenon.
QD Vision’s Seth Coe-Sullivan is using quantum dots to make vibrant, flexible screens.