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24 Aug

Additive manufacturing of optically transparent glass

MIT's Mediated Matter Group in collaboration with MIT's Department of Mechnical Engineering and MIT's Glass Lab have developed a method of 3D printing glass.
31 Jul

Tough biogel structures produced by 3-D printing

Researchers have developed a new way of making tough biocompatible materials, called "hydrogels," into complex and intricately patterned shapes.
8 Jul

3D Printed Electronics and Circuit Prototyping 2015-2025

IDTechEx Report: Dr Jon Harrop
3 Jul

Technological megatrends for vehicles

There are three important technological megatrends for vehicles that are now coming increasingly important. They are shaping what is designed and the market positioning of new vehicles from type of customer targeted to the location where the vehicles will be used.
26 Jun

Renewable energy from evaporating water

An immensely powerful yet invisible force pulls water from the earth to the top of the tallest redwood and delivers snow to the tops of the Himalayas. Yet despite the power of evaporating water, its potential to propel self-sufficient devices or produce electricity has remained largely untapped -- until now.
2 Jun

Trees are source for high-capacity, soft batteries

A method for making elastic high-capacity batteries from wood pulp was unveiled by researchers in Sweden and the US.
18 May

Translating thought to print

Coupling multiscale modeling with emerging microscale 3D-printing techniques, scientists enabled a pathway to directly fabricate and test synthetic web structures by design.
3 Apr

Bringing functional materials to 3D printing

Voxel8, a Harvard spinoff, are leveraging over a decade of research from Harvard Professor Jennifer A. Lewis to create highly conductive inks that can be printed at room temperature and seamlessly integrated with a broad array of matrix materials.
11 Feb

Researchers use bacteria to convert solar energy into liquid fuel

Scientists have created a system that uses bacteria to convert solar energy into a liquid fuel.
5 Feb


5 Jan

Hands on: crafting ultrathin color coatings

A technique that coats a metallic object with an extremely thin layer of semiconductor, just a few nanometers thick. Although the semiconductor is a steely gray color, the object ends up shining in vibrant hues.
19 Dec

Wearable Technology Materials 2015-2025

IDTechEx Report: Dr Peter Harrop and Mr James Hayward
1 Dec

Printing Equipment for Printed Electronics 2015-2025

IDTechEx Report: Mr Raghu Das
19 Nov

Inflatable robotic arm inspires design of Disney's latest character

The fictional, balloon-like robot nevertheless reflects a growing field of research called soft robotics.
6 Oct

Smart bandage emits phosphorescent glow for healing below

Researchers have created a paint-on, see-through, smart bandage that glows to indicate a wound's tissue oxygenation concentration.
28 Aug

A self-organizing thousand-robot swarm

The first thousand-robot flash mob has assembled at Harvard University.
4 Jul

Harvesting energy from devices

A team of researchers has developed computer simulations for a new type of meta-material that would have the ability to control heat and electrical current independently.
8 May

New two-dimensional self assembling material

Researchers have found a two-dimensional material whose properties are very similar to graphene, but with some distinct advantages.
7 May

New two-dimensional material could produce solar cells, supercapacitor

Researchers around the world have been working to harness the unusual properties of graphene, a two-dimensional sheet of carbon atoms.
25 Mar

Living materials can conduct electricity

Inspired by natural materials such as bone — a matrix of minerals and other substances, including living cells — engineers have coaxed bacterial cells to produce biofilms that can incorporate nonliving materials, such as gold nanoparticles and quantum dots.