A section of the electronic skin developed by scientists at the University of Colorado Boulder. Biomedicine just took another leap forward. University of Colorado Boulder scientists created so-called electronic skin—e-skin for short. The e-skin is a thin, semi-transparent material that can act like your skin through measuring temperature, pressure, humidity and air flow. The new […]
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10 times stronger than steel, with only 5 percent of its density.
Mugs that heat your coffee just right,elevators that move more than up and down, a smarter smart phone and more.
They are real diamonds. That’s what the industry behind diamonds made inside a scientific laboratory wants you to believe.
If a fetus can be transferred to a fabricated womb, can the right to abortion survive?
Long relegated to the world of science fiction, lasers and rail guns are increasingly appearing in real life.
For 40 years, kids enamored with Luke Skywalker’s beat-up X-34 Landspeeder have had two choices: they could play with a tiny action figure version, or they could sit in a cardboard box and make speeder sound effects.
Right now, it prints proteins. In the far future, it could print human babies on Mars. Craig Venter and Elon Musk have even discussed how printed life could help terraform Mars.
Clothing manufacturing has always been a labor intensive industry with the advantage going to the country with the lowest cost labor. Automated sewing factories with SoftWear machines could change all that.
Who are today’s up-and-coming entrepreneurs? That answer is very different than it was 20 years ago. Most new entrepreneurs are still white and male, but the U.S. entrepreneurial population is becoming much more diverse in terms of age, race and region. Cities in the southern half of the U.S., such as Los Angeles, Miami and Austin, […]