Researchers have created stiff, recyclable hydrogels that can be broken down into their base components and reshaped on demand.
Biochemist and astrobiologist Emmett Chappelle created a simple means of identifying life and opened a new world for fluorescence testing.
Hybrid microrobots harvest chemical energy from their environment for self-propulsion while releasing reactive species to kill bacteria.
In a major breakthrough, scientists have demonstrated sustained nuclear fusion energy, providing hope for future large-scale projects.
RNA thermometers help regulate bacterial infection and targeting them might be a way toward fighting antibiotic resistance.
Using an artificial neural network and AI, researchers are developing a powerful computational tool to model particle physics following the Big Bang.
A new spinal cord implant was used to heal a severed spine, offering hope that these types of injuries can one day become treatable.
A new endeavor explores the idea of topological qubits that are easy to engineer for error-free quantum computing.
A new fluorescent probe for detecting tuberculosis can now identify disease-causing bacteria in extra-pulmonary tissue for better diagnosis.
A new ink deposition method simplifies a complicated process for creating efficient perovskite solar cells.