Engineering team is working on an alternative fuel concept known as the methanol economy
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Researchers working on technology that may turn your next smartphone into a bomb-sniffing, disease-diagnosing "electronic nose"
This video gives us a rundown of the potentials that the methanol economy bolsters, and shows us why this concept offers such a promising future
Exploring materials that mimic the human skin's ability to heal scratches and cuts
One common belief is that a compound in turkey known as tryptophan makes people especially drowsy, but we're here to debunk this holiday myth.
In this video we talked to Dr. Michael Tlusty, who's lab grows different colored lobsters in an effort to understand shell disease, which weakens lobsters' shells
In this video, Professor Bruce E Logan from Pennsylvania State University shows us a microbial fuel cell, a device that can extract the energy from wastewater and turn it into electricity.
This video tracks the formation of snowflakes from their origins in bits of dust in clouds that become droplets of water falling to Earth.
Scientists have created the first ever self-propelled "microsubmarines" able to pick up and transport droplets of oil from contaminated waters.