The tiny camera is capable of producing full-color images on par with a conventional lens 550,000 times its size, according to its creators.
This is the first time the process has been seen in a living organism, and it could one day be used in medicine or for pulling microplastics out of the ocean.
The technique could have significant implications for researchers investigating the world at the nanosocale.
A technique developed by Purdue University scientists could allow doorknobs and other metal surfaces to be modified in a way that would kill bacteria on contact.
Researchers say their SunBOTs are 400 percent more efficient than comparable stationary devices.
Researchers have announced the promising results of a phase 2 clinical trial for the treatment of celiac disease. The method also could potentially be applied to other autoimmune diseases and a wide array of allergies.
The material is considered to be two-dimensional because all of the atoms—which are laid out in two layers, one on top of the other—are surface atoms.
It changes shape in response to the temperature or chemical makeup of its environment, making it something between a chameleon and a Transformer.
The temperature the physicists achieved corresponds to -459.665 degrees Fahrenheit.
Even the most familiar substance still has secrets hiding within.
Tesla founder believes humans need to add digital implants to their brains to compete with AI.
Thermometer was created to measure temperatures within living cells.
The advent of 3D printing means that contact lens LED displays could soon be making people's eyes light up
An Israeli company claims their new technology can charge phones and car batteries incredibly quickly.