Hard Tech

Soap bubble discovery could lead to better EV batteries
A connection between soap bubbles and lithium-metal batteries could get them out of the lab and into our electric vehicles (EVs).
Analog computing is undergoing a resurgence
Combining smart sensors with an older technology — analog computing — could dramatically reduce their power consumption.
Spinal implant lets man with Parkinson’s walk again
An experimental spinal implant has given a French man with advanced Parkinson’s disease back his ability to walk.
New CRISPR tech makes it possible to wipe out invasive mice
Watch a Neuralink robot insert electrodes into a dummy brain
“SkinKit” lets ordinary people build their own “smart tattoos”
Russia tries to impose switch to Linux from Windows
Inside Dubai's startup scene
In partnership with Dubai Future Foundation
Startup builds “inflatable” concrete houses in just hours 
Building a Mach-5 engine for hypersonic passenger flight
Elon Musk demos humanoid robot, which will cost less than $20K
The key to cheaper lab-grown meat? Magnets. 
Watch a robot barista create latte art