A special coating might one day repair ragged clothes with a little pressure, heat and water.
Karin Heineman, Executive Producer
Material could form the backbone of foldable robots and moldable casts for broken bones.
Catherine Meyers, Staff Writer
Scientists have invented a coating for the inside of bottles, so you can finally get out every last drop of whatever is inside
Emilie Lorditch, Staff Writer
A solitary walker, Lord Voldemort, an erupting volcano and more are conjured from close-up pictures of materials.
A team of researchers developed solar cells and batteries that can be weaved into fabrics
Yuen Yiu, Staff Writer
Recent progress could bring consumers closer to quiet, efficient refrigerators and scientists closer to a cheaper way to reach sub-outer space temperatures.
The Golden web spider could help microscope users evade a basic law of physics.
Peter Gwynne, Contributor
Charges follow pathways the shape of fractals.
Andrew Silver, Contributor
The 100th Indianapolis 500 will continue the tradition of testing tomorrow's commuter technology on the track.
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