With all of the hype surrounding additive manufacturing and 3D printing, it's easy to forget that, as with all new technologies, there is a learning curve.
The discovery of a new polymer with unique thermoelectric capability is key to the design of an ultra-sensitive heat sensor for biomedical and wearable technology.
The use of a single layer of carbon graphene material can provide a barrier to oxygen release in lithium batteries, helping to make them safer.
A wearable device with a cancer-cell-capturing chip could be used in place of a biopsy to more accurately test a patient for cancer.
The potential to travel across the country in less than an hour will depend upon an enhanced understanding of hypersonic aerodynamics.
Facebook AI has released Aroma, a machine learning tool capable of searching large libraries and making code recommendations to engineers.
UK-based Ilika has created a new miniature solid-state lithium ion battery that can power innovative medtech devices.