IBM researchers unveil TrueNorth, a new computer architecture that imitates how a brain works.
Researchers unveil one of the most complex electronic systems ever built on plastic.
A layer-by-layer fabrication tool lets researchers quickly form complicated biological tissue in three-dimensional space.
Laboratory advances hint at how additive manufacturing technology could change the way some electronic devices are made.
An early-stage company aims to commercialize new optical materials for denser data storage and better cancer treatments.
Using computers to virtually test new molecules could lead to new types of solar cells.
Solar manufacturers are eager to implement several new technologies that could make solar power cheaper, and the panels easier to make.
Researchers are designing a “dialysis-like” machine that could identify and remove pathogens responsible for an often lethal blood infection.
A so-called metal-organic framework could offer a better way to get at the vast uranium resource dissolved in the ocean.
Alberta will serve as a test bed for large-scale carbon capture and sequestration.