For the first time ever, a single flexible fiber no bigger than a human hair has successfully delivered a combination of optical, electrical, and chemical signals back and forth into the brain, putting into practice an idea first proposed two years a
The Nanode™ is a three-dimensional, nano-structured, porous electrode that will overcome the limitations of today's batteries by storing as much as 50% more energy than existing technologies.
With five U.S. patents issued and dozens more filed and pending around the world,....
1414 Degrees had its origins in patented (Australian) CSIRO research and has built a prototype molten silicon storage device which it is testing at its Tonsley Innovation Precinct site south of Adelaide.
Applications of the genome editing system CRISPR are appearing at a furious pace, and gathering momentum toward therapeutic use in human cells.
Australia has supercapacitors made from graphene oxide. They can can store as much energy per kilogram as a lithium battery, but charges in minutes, or even seconds, and uses carbon instead of expensive lithium
Researchers demonstrate that superconductor critical temperature can be raised above room-temperature to ? 400K in cuprates by precise control of the spatial separation of dopants.
(Natural News) The scientific dictatorship marches on. And there's no stopping it, according to Tom Wheeler, the former FCC Chairman under the Obama
--- structural material within five years for Stronger and lighter vehicles and Mars habitats