'Metamaterial' can switch from soft to hard - and back again
Why not both?
Protein fingerprinting could shed light on Alzheimer's
As well as on Parkinson's and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Nano-sized discs teach your body to fight cancer
It could not only kill existing cancer cells, but prevent them from returning.
Astronomers spot a tiny dwarf planet beyond Pluto
And it's all thanks to the Dark Energy Camera.
Scientists build a laser using human blood
It could help study cell activity or improve the effectiveness of cancer surgery.
ForcePhone software makes any mobile device pressure sensitive
It's like Apple's Force Touch but at 18kHz. So, basically, sonar.
App study reveals one in three of us aren't getting enough sleep
Japanese and Singaporeans get the least amount of sleep, though.
U of M's Marlo robot uses algorithms to conquer uneven terrain
The school says that the ultimate goal is to put the code base into robotic prosthetics.
Special microchip can prevent kidney damage from medication
The device simulates the environment inside the human kidney.