Researchers demonstrate a promising new approach to manufacturing a crucial form of graphene.
Smash carbon footballs into a surface at supersonic speeds and they unzip to form graphene, according to materials scientists, who say the technique could revolutionize the use of this wonder material.
A biotech company is genetically engineering pigs so that their organs might work in people.
Glue made of nanoparticles, delivered by a needle, can be a better replacement for sutures and surgical staples.
A new kind of window glass can selectively block visible sunlight as well as heat-producing invisible light.
New kinds of flexible, bendable, and twistable electronic devices could benefit from conducting wires that can stretch to many times their length.
Fabrics that are transparent in the infrared can radiate body heat at rates that will significantly reduce the burden on power-hungry air-conditioning systems.
Despite massive resources all over the world, only three countries have managed to produce shale gas at commercial scale.
Efficient Power Conversion has launched gallium nitride chips that promise higher efficiency and lower cost than silicon.
Researchers show that devices based on a material derived from wood work as well as the communications chip in your smartphone.