Researchers have designed a cheap and small holography system that will work with PCs and gaming consoles.
IBM researchers have developed a nuclear MRI technique that can see features as small as 90 nanometers.
Researchers at Intel have made the most efficient silicon laser yet, potentially paving the way for cheaper medical imaging and ultrasensitive chemical detection.
Ultrasmall light-emitting fibers deposited on electrodes can serve as nanometer-scale light sources.
Domo the robot is designed for the unpredictability of household chores.
Organic crystals change shape and then go back to their original shape when exposed to light of different colors.
A new motor made of nonmagnetic and dielectric materials can power a robotic medical device inside an MRI scanner, significantly improving cancer diagnoses and treatments.
A new theoretical design using nanowires provides a way to hide devices from visible light.
Researchers devise a new way to patch hardware like software, without slowing processors.
Did D-Wave really demonstrate "the world's first commercial quantum computer"?