University of Washington researchers teamed up with Microsoft to create the new system that could even revolutionize voting.
Using a process known since the 17th-century, you can create your own nanofiber face mask filter.
It can filter both ambient air and industrial waste ducts.
Falling at the speed of around 11 miles per hour, they will land safely on the ground.
With the graphene market reaching $406 million by 2026, the Graphene Flagship has launched the world's first standardization certificate.
Researchers at Samsung and UNIST in collaboration with Graphene Flagship develop ultrathin boron nitride films for new electronics.
Don't worry, we're still complying with the laws of the universe.
When asked "Can we listen to music directly from our chips?", Musk replied with a rather blunt "Yes".
Engineers at MIT developed a hybrid process that connects photonics with "artificial atoms."
The three-in-one device could prove invaluable for the future development of quantum computers.
The new material, developed by researchers at Harvard, can protect against extreme temperatures as well as shrapnel.