The production and disposal of concrete is one of the worst pollutants in the world. But new teams and companies are looking to develop modern wooden buildings to answer the problem.
Using materials often found on solar cells, a team of engineers created a stealth material capable of blocking 94 percent of infrared radiation.
Many consider yarn to be a suitable material for knitting or sewing. But according to researchers, yarn can also be used to extract uranium from seawater.
The University of Michigan has conceived of a new coating that can repel nearly all liquids. The new material is clear, durable and can easily bind to any surface.
Researchers have developed a wallpaper that can sound an alarm if it detects heat.