Scientists at RMIT University have happened upon a breakthrough liquid metal discovery, and it is sure to have a great impact in the field of electronics.
This flexible plastic strip has a tensile strength of 900 kg. It can be shaped with heat into any form and weighs less than half a kilo per 30 metres.
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have developed a new material that may help make buildings earthquake-proof. The product is made of polymer and fly ash.
Iron ore mining company Rio Tinto successfully pulled off a 100km test run of an unmanned heavy train in Pilbara, which could mean big changes in terms of productivity and operational effectiveness.
Andreas Osterwalder and the Formlabs team created a more efficient way of making research equipment -- combining the processes of electroplating and 3D printing -- to save time and money.