Scientists from Duke University and Institut Langevin have created a new type of motion sensor based on metamaterials and radio waves.
Duke University researchers have constructed the world's first metal-free, dynamically tunable metamaterial for electromagnetic wave control.
A new type of metamaterial promises to be super-light and incredibly strong.
Photonic doping is the new, simpler method of creating metamaterials -- and it's just the beginning of some amazing new scientific concepts.
Scientists prove a practical, self-destructing battery that can dissolve in water 3x faster compared to other transient devices documented in previous research studies.
Metamaterial-enabled antenna created by Penn State engineers Penn State engineers have used a tunable, lightweight metamaterial to build an antenna system that could improve satellite communications. Previo... Read More...
Widespread use of drones and self-driving cars seems inevitable. However, these autonomous vehicles will require sensors that are cheap enough for commercial use. Military radar is powerful and accurate, bu... Read More...
A team of Hanyang University researchers in South Korea have developed flexible, electromagnetic metamaterial absorbers to reduce radiation from electronic devices. These absorbers resemble tiny “snake-shaped” unit cells and have unique properties not found in nature.
A new thin-film, nonlinear metasurface was produced by Cockrell School of Engineering researchers that could improve the development of nonlinear laser systems.