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An ankle exoskeleton that significantly increases self-selected walking speed could make it easier for older people to get around.
Researchers have developed a unique light wave that, when beamed through an object, makes the object appear invisible to cameras and even the human eye. This could be the key to invisibility.
An implantable oxygen monitor developed at UC Berkeley could allow doctors to measure oxygen levels deep under patients’ skin.
The whitest white paint reflects up to 98.1% of sunlight, which could make it useful for cooling homes in place of energy-hogging air conditioners.
An artificial photosynthesis device that gets more efficient with time could finally allow us to harness solar energy for uses beyond electricity.
This compact solar concentrator could be the perfect daylight harvesting device for Singapore’s underground spaces.
Scientists are on the hunt for a superconductor that works in higher temperatures and lower pressure.
Calmer is a therapeutic bed for incubators that simulates a caregiver’s breathing and heartbeat to relieve stress in newborns.
MIT researchers have created a new kind of atomic clock that exploits quantum entanglement to keep time more precisely.