This was done through a computational model which shows the biting behavior of the 'Aedes aegypti'; a virus-carrying mosquito which causes human diseases.
Microfluids travel through channels thinner than a hair which can be made of glass, polymers, paper or gels and tiny valves can turn the flow on or off.
Since the 1950s, only 600 million metric tons of plastic have been recycled, compared to the 4.9 billion metric tons in landfill. But here's a solution.
Engineers at MIT and Imperial College London have developed a new way to generate tough, functional materials inspired by kombucha tea's fermentation process.
Developing products that work with nature can protect biodiversity, create jobs and put us on a path to sustainability. Why we need a 'circular bioeconomy'.
Scientists from the University of Michigan have created 'biomorphic batteries' that allow robots to store energy like humans.
Localized production could allow for greater resilience and opportunity as the globe struggles with the coronavirus.
Some universities are using their research facilities to help find a COVID-19 vaccine, while others are offering unused space and equipment to treat patients.
Cement is a low-cost building material but a major contributor to CO2 emissions. Could a new technique developed by researchers at the University of Colorado Boulder help provide a more s...
Researchers combined metals such as platinum, with ash. This has improved functionality while maintaining foldability and remaining lightweight,
Researchers have demonstrated photodetectors that could span an unprecedented range of light frequencies.
Soft and stretchable: it can conduct heat and electricity, actively change its shape, the shape-morphing can be activated electrically, it is also resilient to significant damage and is s...
Consumers want action on plastic waste. Here’s how some designers and manufacturers are answering the call.
3D printing may have serious medical uses if this heart, as claimed, is fully functional - scientists have said the aim is to make it compatible with humans. It could also have cardio-tox...