A team from Fudan University in Shanghai claims that silver-plated nanoparticles suspended in water is the key to developing the ultimate gadget-freaks dream piece of clothing – the invisibility cloak.
A group of scientists from Yale University has succeeded in creating the first transistor made from a single molecule.
The latest nano-tech research into magnets and light fields could well lead to the development of one of our favourite superhero dreams – the 'invisibility cloak'.
Scientists at Purdue University in Indiana have created 'spaser-based nanolasers', spheres 44 nanometers, or billionths of a meter, in diameter.
Nintendo is yet again enjoying a bumper sales success with the latest Wii MotionPlus game Wii Sports Resort, yet a group of scientists have announced the next major breakthrough in motion sensing technology.
Researchers at the US Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have demonstrated a way to fabricate efficient 3D solar cells from low-cost and flexible materials.
German scientists have invented a new kind of anti-piracy hologram that uses explosives to imprint holograms directly onto metal surfaces.
A research team led by a chemist at the University of California has fabricated microscopic polymer beads that change colour instantly and reversibly in magnetic fields.
We've seen foldable electronics and even some simple displays in the past but none as sophisticated as a new technique that promises completely rubberised circuitry.