What good is a fast computer if you can’t rely on it?
An asynchronous and self-adaptive flyer can adjust the frequency and amplitude of its wings under specific external disturbances.
A charged microneedle patch for pain-free delivery of anesthetics could replace anxiety-inducing needles in dental work.
Using atomically-thin 2D films, researchers have developed a nano-scale random number generator with enhanced long-term stability and reduced power consumption.
Exoskeletons of tree-dwelling and terrestrial beetles differ in their structural-mechanical properties and have inspired the design of new composite materials used for bioengineering.
A pollen-based ink opens doors for advancements in 3D bioprinting.
Using advanced sensors and a thermally responsive skin, a new robotic chameleon demonstrates mastery over color.
A new machine learning algorithm called “Active Learning” could help identify the best materials for any desired application.
An origami-based design enables self-guided folding and deployment of pop-up structures for various biomedical, robotic, and aerospace applications.
Ping pong is one of the Olympics’ most gripping sports, and researchers in China are trying to make ping pong paddles smart.