31 Oct 2019
Impressive Proportion of UK Universities Have Electrified Their Fleet
As hotbeds of innovation, many people expect universities to be early adopters of electric vehicle technology and drive progress from the front. But how are UK institutions performing?
16 Sep 2019
Electronic glove offers 'humanlike' features for prosthetic hand users
An electronic glove, or e-glove can be worn over a prosthetic hand to provide humanlike softness, warmth, appearance and sensory perception, such as the ability to sense pressure, temperature and hydration.
18 Apr 2019
World's first gene-edited lizards
A group of researchers has become the first in the world to successfully produce a genetically modified reptile—specifically, four albino lizards—using the CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing tool.
15 Feb 2019
Machine learning to ID source of Salmonella
A team of scientists has developed a machine-learning approach that could lead to quicker identification of the animal source of certain Salmonella outbreaks.
19 Apr 2017
Tarzan robot hangs above crops to inspect plants as they grow
With robots dangling over the field, researchers will be able to get more frequent measurements and to avoid some laborious field work. Someday, they may be able to stay at their laptops miles away, in the air conditioning, scanning a steady stream of images and data sent back from the robots.
13 May 2013
How to harvest electricity directly from plants
Researchers are developing a new technology that makes it possible to use plants to generate electricity.
17 Feb 2012
Rapid, uniform dispersion method for carbon nanotubes
Harnessing the power of carbon nanotubes could get considerably easier, thanks to an advance by engineers from the University of South Carolina and the University of Georgia.