None more black: UK engineers create world''s darkest material
A `super black' radiation-absorbing coating developed for space-based applications is finding new applications closer to home.
New holograms provide a sense of depth
New holograms replicate the appearance of depth without being replotted.
''Telekinetic'' app controls Google Glass with your mind
A London firm says its new "mind-control" technology could enable disabled people to more easily interact with computers.
UK component could enable next-generation wearable displays
UK firm TruLife Optics is preparing to ship a technology claimed to be the missing piece in the 'augmented reality jigsaw puzzle'.
Reconfiguring robots learn to look after themselves
Autonomous robots will conduct missions too hazardous for humans and reconfigure themselves if faults occur with their onboard systems.
BAE Systems unveils military jet technology of the future
Self-healing aircraft and on-board 3D printers are among the drawing-board concepts revealed this week.
''Nanojuice'' helps to shed light on gastrointestinal ailments
A new imaging technique will give doctors a clearer view of the small intestine.
Structural change strengthens materials
Researchers have found that by gradually changing the internal structure of metals they can make stronger materials.
Ultrasonic machining device cuts like a "knife through butter"
UK developed technology promises to revolutionise cutting, drilling and milling processes.
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Engineers have demonstrated a class of walking `bio-bots' powered by muscle cells and controlled with electrical pulses.