The incorporation of special nano-fibers could turn soldier uniforms into whole-body communicators.
Do you live in fear of the phone-killing spill? Liquipel’s hydrophobic nanocoating might be the answer.
This futuristic device could convert extra calories into chemical energy that can power your personal electronics.
A research team from MIT has created a tiny robotic chain that, once reduced to the molecular scale, could someday revolutionize the way we create energy-efficient building materials.
Researchers at Wake Forest University use nanotechnology to create a fluorescent light that’s as efficient as an LED, gives off a more pleasant glow and can be bent into virtually any shape.
A nanotechnology company has pioneered a water bottle that can refill itself with drinkable water harvested from the air.
A revolutionary new way to use sunlight to produce steam without boiling water could have huge implications for developing nations.
Washing your clothes in a high tech laundry detergent can turn you into a human-sized air filter.
Researchers report on a potentially clean, less expensive way to produce hydrogen fuel by taking advantage of tree-like nanostructures to harvest solar energy.
By layering carbon nanotubes and polymers, researchers discovered that they could create a fabric that converts body heat to electricity.
Visitors to Aalto University’s Multidisciplinary Institute of Digitalisation and Energy Demo Day made solar cells from carbon nanobuds and blueberries.