The biodegradable fliers are the size of sand grains, and could be used to track airborne pathogens, monitor pollution, or collect scientific data.
Let's reinvent the wheel.
'Daily VICE' met up with drummer Greg Fox to find out how he used high-tech sensors to make one instrument produce a landscape of sounds.
A graphene sensor could eventually replace dozens of cumbersome medical devices.
New sensors are basically temporary tattoos that act as electronics interfaces.
'La maison sensible' lights up when you pet its walls.