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Ministry of Defence (MOD) scientists say their new material will make testing decontamination of chemical weapons more realistic.
Harvard University’s Wyss Institute has received $2.9m from DARPA to continue development of a lightweight bodysuit to improve wearers’ stamina.
General Dynamics UK is to build 589 SCOUT Specialist Vehicles for the British Army in a contract worth £3.5bn.
Researchers have created technology that could be the first step toward more efficient batteries for wearable computers and smartphones.
Graphene treated nanowires could soon replace current touchscreen technology, claim researchers in the UK and Ireland.
Flaws in graphene are being exploited to create a highly sensitive chemical sensor.
A material that could help prevent artificial teeth implants falling out has won the Royal Academy of Engineering’s first launchpad competition for young entrepreneurs.
A Harvard University team has developed a human airway muscle-on-a-chip that could be used to test new asthma drugs.
A chip that simulates a tumour’s microenvironment will test the effectiveness of cancer treatments.