Papercraft-inspired math turns any sheet into any shape
Algorithms would just have to determine when to make the right cuts.
Embryo-inspired bandages close wounds better than Band-Aids
The creators were inspired by the skin of embryos that can heal itself by drawing a wound's edges together.
Harvard's camera can show you the world through the eyes of a shrimp
The university researchers' tiny polarization camera could be used on automated vehicles, phones and satellites.
Harvard's RoboBee X-Wing can fly under its own power
It's a solar-powered version with four wings instead of two like previous RoboBees had.
Simpler, air-powered soft robots could help with space exploration
You wouldn't need complex machinery or wires.
First laser radio paves the way for ultra-fast WiFi
The first data transmitted was "Volare" by Dean Martin.
Scientists design 'decoy platelets' that reduce risk of blood clots
And it could have a major impact on cancer therapies, too.
How Harvard's human computers helped invent modern astronomy
And how the PHaEDRA project is bringing their research into the 21st century.
Researchers find a way to fix the purple halo effect in images
We've been using the same optical technology since the 1700s.