Scientists from Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp have designed a sensor that is can determine the concentration of glucose in a living being using electromagnetic waves.
Scientists from the RIKEN Cluster for Pioneering Research in Japan have uncovered the origin of surface electromagnetic waves.
Scientists from the National Institute for Materials Science, have successfully created topological LC circuits that don't result in backscattering.
Duke University researchers have constructed the world's first metal-free, dynamically tunable metamaterial for electromagnetic wave control.
Scientists are hard at work creating a new type of powerful metamaterial.
Find out what the metal-free metamaterials are getting scientists excited, and spell big changes for a lot of technology.
An new invention from UCLA scientists may have solved the pesky problem of limited bandwidth and lagging wireless once and for all.
Like so many of us, Jason Cole was fed up with the spotty internet in his apartment. A PhD student studying physics at Imperial College London, Cole used his mathematical expertise to determine the ideal l... Read More...
A research team has installed a monitoring system at the University of Malta to detect thunderstorms and forecast severe weather. This system is part of a larger monitoring system called the European Lightning ... Read More...