Recreating the bead-like structure of seal whiskers grants scientists insight into new underwater technologies.
A meteorite that lit up the sky of Gloucestershire contains amino acids, the building blocks of life.
Taking inspiration from plants, researchers demonstrate a proof-of-concept device that extracts hydrogen fuel from humidity using sunlight.
Three of the briefcase-size satellite’s thrusters are underperforming, jeopardizing its journey to the Moon.
A new battery design not only provides energy,not only provides energy, but facilitates automatic surfacing and diving mechanisms in electronic, underwater equipment.
Blood coagulation is a common but delicate physiological behavior and is inspiring new porous materials.
Compared to other platforms, this new “on-a-chip” system allows membrane proteins to be studied in their natural state.
A new hydrogel platform helps monitor chemotherapies in the body in real-time, allowing their side effects and potency to be better understood.
The 3.5-billion-year-old shoreline provides evidence of an ancient ocean in Mars’ northern hemisphere as well as sea-level rise.
Rigid elements are holding soft robots back from their full potential, and new research suggests swapping in fluid-based systems.