Nanoparticle-based windows could switch colors on demand
The same materials inside stained glass windows could lead to color-changing windows.
Nanofiber gel and snake venom work together to stop the bleeding
When mixed with nanofiber hydrogels, viper venom can stop bleeding even in the presence of strong anti-coagulants
Researchers make a living circuit out of bacteria
That's one way to figure out how bacteria work together
'3D' white graphene could revolutionize gadget cooling
If we can just figure out how to mass produce it
Taking walks with this leg brace can power an artificial heart
Someday, folks with artificial hearts might have to take long, daily walks to stay alive -- not be...
Technology designed for aerospace could improve Parkinson's therapy
When Rice University chemist Matteo Pasquali set out to to create strong and conductive carbon nan...
DARPA funds $11 million tool that will make coding a lot easier
DARPA is funding a new project by Rice University called PLINY, and it's neither a killer robot no...
Invisibility suits are coming thanks to squid-like displays
It's not as hard to make an invisibility cloak as you might think, but making one that's truly sop...
Future phones could house a terabyte of memory
You may think that the 3GB of memory in your new smartphone is hot stuff, but that pales in compar...