Advancing Basic Science for Humanity
Berkeley Lab scientists are developing a new way to detect microscopic fractures in materials in the field.
New multiferroic material by Berkeley Lab and Cornell researchers is a big step in march toward ultra-low power electronics.
Applied scientists have discovered a new type of optical soliton wave that travels in the wake of other soliton waves.
Ability to instantly identify unknown liquids in the field could aid first responders, improve plant safety.
A new Caltech study is the first to show how the structure of gut gel, or mucus, can change in the presence of certain substances, such as bacteria and polymers.
Cornell researchers have laid the groundwork for a chemical sensor on a chip that could be used in small portable devices.
Researchers from Caltech and Harvard have designed and created flexible circuits that could be used in soft robots and other machines.
Powered by a chemical reaction controlled by microfluidics, 3-D-printed 'octobot' has no electronics.
Metal-organic frameworks provide a new platform for solving the structure of hard-to-study samples.
Soft actuator could be ‘holy grail’ for soft robotics.