Mimicking natural processes to create artificial awesomeness, researchers at the University of Pittsburghhave designed medical “microcapsules” that can not only communicate, but move as a group.
A far cry from the cookie-cutter suburban home is Brazilian designer Felipe Campolina’s Ecobitat, a modular green miracle that builds up rather than tearing down.
Welcome to Cornell University, where a whole a lab of researchers are busily smashing objects together in order to create a computer model that can accurately create virtual noise.
New Device Makes Getting The Waitress's Attention A Cinch - Giving Her Your Number Is Still Your Awkward Problemby Doug Bonderud
Canadians. Is there anything they can't do? This week, the results of a study conducted at the University of Toronto were released - and it means big business for the tiny world of nanoparticles. Using molecular structures as guildines, the reseachers were able to predict the composition of nanopatricle structures.
Information storage is big business, and paradoxically the smaller a thing you can store information on, the bigger your profile gets. Though the theoretical next smallest storage device was to be liquid crystals such as the ones found in computer monitors, experiments in that area have been one slowly-sinking failboat.