Engineers score a major advance in neuromorphic computing.
Graphene takes on Moore's Law.
The future promises bomb-sniffing dogs on a chip and so much more.
'HyperCam' uses infrared as well as visible light to see under surfaces.
It's not super-practical (yet), but graphene is now also a light source.
A simple coating allows for much smaller, much faster data transmission.
A new cellulose-based material offers hope for e-waste.
Magnetic vortices offer a new take on spintronics.