Scientists at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology make artificial eye far better than anything current.
As the way in which we work, socialize, and live becomes ever-more digital, enabling faster internet speeds and bandwidth capacity while using existing infrastructures promises a new dawn of the digital age.
The 25th Single Molecule Workshop brought together renowned researchers with young scientists in Berlin to discuss and exchange latest results in the field.
A cost‐effective, automated parasite diagnostic system that does not require special sample preparation or a trained user.
Raman spectroscopy is an emerging microbiologic diagnostic tool and can be used as an intrapartum screening test for Streptococcus bacteria.
An electric field tunable quasiparticle discovered in a common 2D material has great potential for application in optoelectronic devices.
Complex self-sorting, as seen in nature, is mimicked here using a non-invasive light-triggered system to induce self-sorting of colloidal nanoparticles.
A team of Brazilean researchers explored photobiomodulation to find evidence of stimulation in the development of newborn rats – and possibly in humans.
Scientists studied the effects of synthetic cannabis on fetal brain development in pregnant mice.
A smart, biomimitic compound eye is made from proteins.
How a light-powered snail is addressing scalability in robotics.
The future of collaborative intelligence: a biomimetic lens that can zoom in and out at the blink of an eye.