MIT’s iconic product design class, known by its course number 2.009, showcased their creativity in this year's theme - danger.
Researchers at MIT have found a way to create nanoscale objects of nearly any shape. The system produces 3-D structures one thousandth the size of the originals.
Researchers have discovered how these minute creatures break down lignin in wood, an important process in creating biofuel.
The low-cost CUBO was designed by a 23-year-old graduate and won first prize in the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors' Cities of our Future competition.
MIT engineers have developed a technique to fabricate ultrathin semiconducting films made from a host of exotic materials other than silicon.
Advances in energy storage will rely on the continuing development of materials science.
A team of researchers have developed a coating that's highly effective at keeping buildings cool - offering an alternative to air conditioning.
A team of researchers from MIT has invented a type of swarm robot builders they call Fiberbots that can weave sizable structures from the material, like robotic silkworms — no human conta...
To reduce e-waste, researchers are exploring the idea of paper based, biodegradable electronics.
New research from Swansea University has converted plastic into hydrogen that could one day power cars.
Talent consultant Marc Effron believes we should only worry about things we can change.
A team of researchers has used graphene to create artificial retinas.
A team of scientists are working on a plan to power the world with plants and industrial waste.
Tactful use of the principles of nanoscience can be traced back to natural structures that are millions of years old.
Due to Venus' harsh environment, human beings cannot step foot on the planet.