Ultra-Ever Dry spray appears to be magical if this video is to be believed.
We don't often think about microorganisms, except when they're making our lives miserable.
Researchers at Stanford University and the U.
17 year old high school senior Angela Zhang just earned a $100,000 scholarship at the Siemens Competition in Math, Science & Technology for designing a nanoparticle which targets cancer stem cells.
You know, a phone that can shrink or expand at will sounds like a bad idea.
So, the University of Pittsburgh has created a single-electron transistor.
The latest nano-material to get nanotech researchers all hot and bothered is Graphene: a one-atom-thick honeycomb of carbon atoms that looks like it can do everything from making much more powerful batteries to replacing silicon as the semiconductor material of choice.
Japanese researchers took a break from constructing robot exoskeletons for kids and new and scary ways to incorporate your nonexistent anime girlfriend into your life to design an alloy with properties similar to palladium.
The Tobacco mosaic virus is probably something you've never heard of, but it's going to make your gadgets run a lot longer.