It could revolutionize everything from medicine to agriculture. Better read up now. One of the biggest and most important science stories of the past few years will probably also be one of the biggest
Scientists at Michigan State University announced this week the creation of a “transparent luminescent solar concentrator” that could turn windows and even cellphone screens into solar-power generators.
No todos los frijoles vienen de América Latina. Tampoco los cocos o los mangos. Este mapa muestra el origen de más de 150 cultivos clave para la alimentación de distintas regiones. Es el resultado de trabajo
Thanks to some wild, futuristic gels, 3D printing with soft materials is upon us. Soon your brain surgeon will be printing a soft three-dimensional copy of your brain on which to practice. As it wends
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Let the sun shine in, and keep the rain out This might be one of the cooler student projects we've ever seen -- and it all started with a walk in the park. Chao Chen, a Master's student in design at London's
Finally, a better method for making the material of the future Caltech's David Boyd has done what scientists have been struggling to do for years: He says he's figured out a cheap, easy way to make graphene,