Thanks to ultra-thin sensors and artificial muscles, future flexible microelectronics will be able to take on complex shapes to better interface with delicate biological tissues without causing damage.
Building inclusive education systems will be key to ensuring no one is left behind and that advances in AI and robotics benefit everyone in society.
Researchers build the first biocomputers from heart cells and demonstrate their ability to perform complex computational tasks.
AI and robotics meet fluidics to accelerate materials development, allowing researchers to create quantum dots in under an hour.
A gelatin-based hydrogel allows researchers to create a flexible, remote controlled robot capable of squeezing through tight spaces.
Minimizing the variability between individual artificial synapses is a key step toward rolling them out for practical applications.
Scientists develop a simple method that mimics plant motion to get paper to fold itself after printing.
Multimodal thin-film transistors, or MMTs, could be pivotal in designing the next-generation of wearables and eco-disposable sensors.
A new computing paradigm could help us to overcome a key performance bottleneck to improve our ability to query large data bases.
A simple alteration in the functionality of our clothing could surprisingly help lower energy consumption in buildings and homes.