From detecting surrounding colors to changing patterns on display, a robot can now mimic chameleons’ uncanny ability of blending in with the surroundings.
A flexible X-ray created by embedding nanocrystals in rubber is paving the way for the ultra-high-resolution imaging of curved objects.
Measuring the size of a grain of rice, these new miniature robots can move across three dimensions with the help of magnetic fields.
Sweat, begone! Using a new technique, researchers are creating porous membranes for wearable biosensors that rapidly remove water on the skin.
A Singapore-Japan team has devised a method to harness WiFi signals and convert them into energy, powering small electronics like LEDs in the process.
By associating light with pressure, the new device opens the doors for technologies that can simultaneously process and store information like the human brain.
As China’s first rover on Mars, Zhurong is set to probe the Red Planet’s magnetic field and search for subsurface water, making its mark in a new era of space voyages.
An all-round gripper developed by South Korean researchers can freely handle objects regardless of shape and material.
Burger lovers, rejoice! The world's first burger patty made from microalgae packs a protein punch at a fraction of meat's environmental cost.