Haptic feedback gives prosthetics 'muscle sense'
Users will be able to feel the position of their mechanical hands without looking
Graphene key to promising treatment for spinal cord injuries
A rat with a severed spinal cord had "almost perfect motor control" after two weeks.
Researchers take nanocars out for an open-air test drive
Turns out there are a lot of potholes when your car is only one molecule.
ICYMI: VR Mars bus tour, self-assembling nanowire and more
Your kid's smelly old bus just got a little cooler.
Tesla coil zaps nanotubes into a self-assembling circuit
Next stop: self-assembly at a macro scale.
ICYMI: Water-repellent coating, elite air travel and more
Richie Rich is set to annoy you in a whole new way
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