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.
Google model identifies restaurants that could give you food poisoning
It cross references food poisoning search terms with location history.
Sound-based liquid printing could lead to new designer drugs
You can print droplets for honey, metal and more.