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Color-changing Robot Hides In Plain Sight

From detecting surrounding colors to changing patterns on display, a robot can now mimic chameleons’ uncanny ability of blending in with the surroundings.

Asia’s Scientific Trailblazers: Kim Se-Kwon

To turn the tide on disease and aging, Professor Kim Se-Kwon transforms marine biomaterials into novel cosmetics, nutraceuticals and pharmaceuticals.

Electricity Generation With A Twist

By twisting carbon nanotubes into highly elastic supercoiled structures, scientists have created yarns that generate electricity when stretched or twisted.

Health Monitoring Patch Wirelessly Powered By Your Smartphone (VIDEO)

Researchers have developed a stretchable, battery-free health monitoring patch that can be laminated onto the skin and operated using wirelessly transmitted power.

Breaching The Blood Brain Barrier To Treat Autoimmune Diseases

Efficient delivery of a protein that regulates lymphocyte activation could be one way to treat central nervous system (CNS) diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

Tracking The Evolution Of Painting Styles

Crossing the boundaries between art and science, researchers have investigated the visual properties that make each art historical period distinct.

Harnessing Sweaty Palms For Precision Prints

A new polymer that emits fluorescence upon contact with water could change the way fingerprints are analyzed.

Muscles Made From Fishing Line And Thread

An international team of scientists has made powerful artificial muscles using ordinary fishing line and sewing thread.

Researchers Discover Genetic Loci Linked To Rheumatoid Arthritis

The largest international study to date into the genetic basis of rheumatoid arthritis has shed light on how existing drugs target it.

NTU President Receives Honorary Degree From Hanyang University

Nanyang Technological University President, Professor Bertil Andersson, has been awarded a prestigious honorary degree by Hanyang University in South Korea.