Scientists find that aerogels may make effective, ultralightweight noise barriers.
A small amount of water bound to the surface of the towel acts like glue to hold the cotton fibers together.
Combine sand, gelatin and bacteria, let them rest, and watch one brick turn into eight.
The lightweight sheets could combine hundreds of vibrating components to create tactile sensations.
Scientists found that some early commercial lithium batteries held up pretty well after about 35 years in storage.
The rechargeable, lightweight batteries revolutionized the way we power a host of devices.
Researchers suggest that flexible blankets or domes made of silica aerogel could protect crops on the red planet.
By mimicking the structure of mother-of-pearl, scientists have made a glass that's less likely to shatter when hit.