There's miniaturization, and then there's nanotechnology. Global markets are growing and multiplying for both. But it's the point of nanotech to effect desired technical solutions and outcomes with ever-smaller - much, much smaller - building blocks of materials.
Most of the extra DNA appears to be irrelevant to regeneration.
Deep learning is poised to fire up scientific discovery, thanks to a new algorithm that automatically generates neural networks.
Intel announced two major milestones in its efforts to research and develop future computing technologies including quantum and neuromorphic computing, which have the potential to help industries, research institutions and society solve problems that currently overwhelm today’s classical computers.
Twelve-year-old scientist Gitanjali Rao has been inventing since she was in kindergarten. Rao says that she has more than eight inventions, but it was Tethys — a 3D printed device that harnesses carbon nanotubes and a mobile app to test water for lead contamination in as little as 10 seconds
The technology could have many other applications, including sensors for biomedical diagnostics, for checking the structural integrity of buildings, for monitoring the environment and, with modifications, for testing crops for diseases or pesticides.
Researchers pass milestone on developmental path from stem cells to immature sperm, and hint lab-made sperm and eggs may one day be possible
Process can use coal, shale gas and biomass while consuming carbon dioxide.
Collaborations between nanotechnologists, synthetic biologists, and computer scientists create nanoscale tools that could revolutionize fields from cancer diagnostics to materials science
To help fill the need for 6 million workers trained in nanotechnology and nanofabrication, Penn State Center for Nanotechnology Education and Utilization's Nanotechnology Professional Development Partnership is offering free live stream nanotechnology workshops for educators.
University of Queensland team created a new molecule by introducing small modifications to the structure of oxytocin, which reduced the activity of receptors linked to some side effects.
Military leaders worry that gene drives could be weaponized and say they are spending millions to counteract the potential threat.