News - 17 Jun 2015
A team of scientists at the University of Bristol have designed an artificial skin that can be transformed at the flick of a switch, mimicking the camouflage properties of squids.
The video demonstrate the development of a new highly conductive film that can be stretched like rubber. It has many application in electronic circuitry and in particularly in the development of...
Article - 26 Apr 2021
News - 9 Mar 2018
Scientists have taken a major step forward toward the rapid manufacture of flexible display technology and other stretchable electronic devices, which includes soft robotics, with the development of a...
News - 16 Oct 2015
Engineers at Stanford have developed an artificial, skin-like, plastic material that has the ability to detect pressure sensation, and also send this signal to a live brain cell.
News - 19 Apr 2016
An experiment conducted in the laboratory of Stanford University’s chemical engineering professor Zhenan Bao has resulted in the creation of a super-stretchy material. It began when one of the...
News - 13 Sep 2010
Berkeley – Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a pressure-sensitive electronic material from semiconductor nanowires that could one day give new meaning to the...
News - 18 Jul 2005
Covering ship hulls with artificial shark skin could help ships sailing smoothly. The growth of marine organisms such as barnacles on ship hulls is a major cause of increased energy costs in the naval...
Article - 18 May 2021
A few of the more significant recent developments are in the areas of lubrication, biotribology, high temperature tribology and computer simulations.
News - 25 Sep 2008
A team of researchers at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) will receive $1 million in federal and state grants to advance the critical development of neuroprosthetics—next-generation...