Insect Smart Homes Could Help Save One Critical Creature From Climate Peril
The robotic hive could also offer new insights into the buzzing insects.
AI Bots May Have Defeated CAPTCHA Tests for Good
They’re also getting tougher for humans.
A Promising Breakthrough Could Save This Controversial Climate Tech
Direct air carbon capture could get a much-needed makeover.
Scientists Want to Burst Underground Gas Bubbles To Access More Helium — Will It Work?
The noble gas could get a lot greener.
Scientists Just ‘Grew’ Electrodes in Leeches. Can It Be Done in Humans, Too?
This method could lead to a safer treatment for neurological conditions like Parkinson’s.
A New Drug Could Help People With a Rare Disease Grow Longer Limbs
The potential treatment could be used for several conditions in people.
A New Loofah-inspired Device Purifies Water Using the Power of the Sun
It could offer a quick, low-cost solution for the billions of people around the world living without clean drinking water.
This $1 Ultrasound Alternative Could Help Make Childbirth Safer
It promises an affordable way to cut down on complications.
Can this new artificial skin transform touch screens and video games?
A new technology uses electric fields to pick up on nearby objects.
This biohybrid robot walks using lab-grown mouse muscles
Engineers have created the fastest-moving part-meat robot yet.
Scientists accidentally created a novel method to make fertilizer more green
A new, porous material could help decarbonize ammonia production.
This leaf-inspired device could be the key to hydrogen farms
The gadget turns sunlight into clean fuel. But will it go the way of the Hindenburg?
This quick-absorbing, cheap “jello” material could replace paper towels
Say goodbye to supermarket shortages.
'Cellular glue' could help scientists play Legos with your body's building blocks
The new bioengineering technique could have huge therapeutic potential.
A simple step could make face masks more comfortable and effective
New research into “nanowalls” could yield comfier, more effective N95s.
Lobsters could hold the key to birth control that doesn't totally suck
By harnessing the power of mucus and chitosan, researchers hope to one day stop sperm cold.
This smart bandage does the work of a doctor
The next generation of dressings can monitor wounds in real-time.
Your next phone could be made of mushrooms
A win for the environment (and fungi fans).
This genetically engineered houseplant does the air-purifying work of 30 plants
The future of air filtration is going green — literally.
These tiny magnetic robots can infiltrate tumors — and maybe destroy cancer
Bacterial cancer treatments are coming back into fashion (with some futuristic upgrades).