Scientists built a chip without semiconductors
Vacuum tube-era tech could lead to faster chips and better solar panels.
Future wearables could use magnetic circuits to self-heal
The research could make smart clothing more feasible.
Nano-sized metal fish deliver targeted drugs to your body
You could get treatment exactly where you need it.
Artificial cell membranes could lead to more effective drugs
They grow and shape themselves like the real thing.
Underwater microscope offers a brand new look at sea life
Scientists can study very tiny undersea organisms in their native habitat.
ICYMI: Pedestrian tracking bot and earthquake simulation
Turing’s test needs robots to blend in among humans, so tracking how pedestrians move makes sense.
Claw inspired by sea urchins' mouth can scoop up Martian soil
The claw-like device can be attached to rovers.
Smart car algorithm sees pedestrians as well as you can
AI could spot people crossing the street in virtual real-time, with few mistakes.
ICYMI: Farming indoors, realistic robot baby study and more
Today we round up the creepy robo-baby, some interesting indoor farming techniques and how Bluetooth helped a paraplegic man walk.