Engineers from University of New South Wales (UNSW), in Kensington, Australia, created artificial atoms in silicon chips to increase stability in quantum computers.
Scientists created cyborgs jellyfishes, placing microelectronic prosthesis which control swim speed of these animals.
Antonio Ricardo Droher Rodrigues, the creator of Brazillian synchrotron accelerator projects: UVX and Sirius, passed away on January 03 this year.
Qualcomm and Niantic are developing the next generation of augmented reality (AR) glasses for games.
This post’s topic is graphene. It is one of carbon’s allotropic forms and promises to cause a technological revolution due to it’s properties.
A man with flying suit flew in Brighton Pier, England. Broke it’s own record speed.
NASA is developing a group of shape-changing explorer robots called Shapeshifter to explore Saturn’s moons.
Was created a colloidal nanotweezer to capture and manipulate nanoparticles.
A superconductor based in hydrogen can theoretically work at 200ºC, but needs a very high pressure.
Quantum radar has been demonstrated in Institute of Science and Technology Austria. Uses entangled photons in microwave frequency.