By mimicking the hierarchical microstructure of penguin feathers, researchers have developed an ice-proof insulating material.
A hydrogel made of sea anenome protein could find biomedical applications as a durable material to support cell growth.
By coating lotus leaves in black gold nanoparticles, researchers have developed a metamaterial that has an extremely low reflectivity.
PUB Chairman Mr Tan Gee Paw has helped Singapore turn her freshwater scarcity from a vulnerability into a strength.
Researchers have built a seal whisker-inspired sensor to help navigate dark and murky environments.
By combining mussel proteins with insect-style crosslinking, researchers have developed a superior glue that can work in wet environments.
Condensation and self-removal of water from water strider legs allows them to effortlessly glide over water surfaces.
Scientists have designed an actuator that can form complex three-dimensional structures in response to differing levels of humidity.
How squid control the hardness of their beaks be used to guide the development of greener biomimetic materials.