Researchers at Princeton and the the University of Washington have developed a tiny camera, the size of a grain of salt, which can snap sharp, full-color images. It's made with a metasurface that captures light, which could be scaled up to turn ent
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have developed a new type of soft material with an ability to endure monumental forces.
Un-brie-levable! Scientists create a vegan cheese from ALGAE that they claim looks and tastes just like a cheddar
For over a decade, Israeli atmospheric water generator (AWG) company Watergen has been one of the players working to refine and grow air-to-water technology that can efficiently pull water vapor out of the air and collect it as fresh, filtered drinki
As sunlight passes through a building's windows it can cause indoor temperatures to rise, to the point that the structure's power-hungry air conditioning system has to be used.
Engineers at ETH Zurich have demonstrated a pilot system that can produce fuels from sunlight and air.
Try before you buy! Futuristic touch screen technology could let consumers 'feel' textures of physical objects like softness of a couch or stitching in a sweater before making a purchase
U-Boat Worx has released an electric sports submarine with the speed and zippy handling to run alongside large marine life.
Magnifying glasses at the ready! World's smallest GAMES CONSOLE is the same size as a postage stamp - but functions just like a full-size device
A spray-on treatment for asphalt roads aims to curb both their contribution to the urban island heat effect, and stop them from breaking so easily.
IBS researchers reported three-dimensional foldable QLEDs, which can be freely transformed into various user-customized 3D structures, such as butterflies, airplanes, and pyramids.
When someone invents a mass desalination plant to turn seawater into normal water without polluting the area, it will be a massive achievement, as only 3% of the water on Earth is fresh.