Ink-jet printers allow tissue engineers to control cell development and could one day be used to construct complex cellular structures.
A new way to print devices made of diverse materials could prove to be an invaluable tool in making nanoscale electronics and optics.
Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a feedback system for surgical robots, which lack subtle sensations.
Several companies are designing novel suits for space tourists.
New fabrication technology improves memory capacity without increasing chip size.
New peer-to-peer video-downloading options should please Internet users--and stave off a network meltdown.
Working replicas of vintage computers speak to the geek in us all.
Stem cells derived via asexual reproduction could provide an efficient way to generate cells that are tissue-matched to the donor.
Researcher can now make exact copies of carbon nanotubes, potentially overcoming one of the greatest obstacles to widespread applications of the nanomaterials.
Printing flexible electronics on plastic provides a way to wirelessly power gadgets.