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MIT engineers have coaxed bacterial cells to produce biofilms that can incorporate nonliving materials. These 'living materials' will combine the advantage of live cells such as producing complex biological molecules and nonliving materials that are capable of conducting electricity or emitting light.
It might sound like something from a spy thriller movie: putting on a contact lens that equips infrared vision without any bulky contraption. However, this fancy system is soon going to be reality, credits to researchers at the University of Michigan.
The sun is capable of driving reactions to make chemical fuels like hydrogen which can be used to power vehicles and other equipments, according to a new research.
Researchers are a step closer toward perfecting a fully functional artificial leaf that will be capable of converting water into hydrogen and oxygen with the help of solar energy.
A new breakthrough by scientists at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) have brought fusion fuel closer to reality.
A robot has been developed by scientists that can throw something 50 times of its own weight and five times its length in just 60 milliseconds.