Sleep apnea patients may soon sleep easier thanks to a comfortable, remote wearable device that tracks breathing patterns with the help of AI.
Drawing power from the electrical fields of nearby objects, this nanosensor enhances vehicle safety and slashes energy consumption.
With innovations in biosensors, Internet of Things, and machine learning, a collective effort could offer a way to overcome an impending shortage.
Scientists employ cutting-edge 3D printing to recreate human-like tissue, promising a breakthrough in cellular research and potential insights into aging and disease.
Groundbreaking soft sensors enable robots to both see and feel, paving the way for robots that can autonomously interact with and understand their environment.
Scientists investigate the synergy of entanglement and curved spacetime in advancing quantum radar technology for precise distance measurement.
New research aims to improve the stability and safety of alternatives to rechargeable lithium-ion batteries using aqueous zinc and hydrogels.
Scientists explore the challenges facing alternatives to lithium-ion batteries and suggests a roadmap to overcome these obstacles.
A modification to conventional microscopes pushes the limits of their resolution and enables high-precision observation of difficult-to-observe pathogens.
Liquid crystals that generate unclonable fingerprint-like patterns could make the sale of counterfeit goods and theft of personal data much more difficult.