Engineers take a lesson from nature’s masters of disguise
3-D printers allow people to build almost anything they can imagine — from toys to food, buildings to body parts
Increasingly, young researchers seek patents to defend their innovations against theft
Magic, movies and metal: How mathematics adds dazzle to the visual world
These researchers study things that go boom — or poof!
Scientists build a transistor from DNA
A baseball player’s hitting streak may boost teammates’ batting averages
Working on the moon with lunar soil and grit could prove easier, more efficient and less costly than using earthly materials
Teen designs device that could almost double the life of airplane tires
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