Expert: Even COVID-19 can’t end paper money

Despite early fears of COVID-19 spreading via paper money, cash isn't over. Expert Bill Maurer explains why.

Pat Harriman-UC Irvine • futurity
July 13, 2020 ~6 min

Tags: covid-19 economics money united-states featured society-and-culture paper

Tiny pop-up pressure sensors can take major squishing

Pop-up sensors based on the Japanese paper art of kirigami are ideal for pressure sensing because they can take repeated compressions.

Vandana Suresh-Texas A&M • futurity
May 15, 2020 ~6 min

Tags: sensors science-and-technology pressure paper

Paper art inspires robots that go from 2D to 3D

Researchers have taken inspiration from the Japanese paper art of kirigami to make robotic devices that fold themselves into new shapes with a bit of heat.

Matt Shipman-NC State • futurity
Dec. 17, 2019 ~3 min

Tags: robots temperature self-assembly featured science-and-technology paper

Phone and paper detect norovirus with tiny beads

It only takes 10 particles of norovirus to cause seriously unpleasant digestive distress. Here's a new way to detect them.

U. Arizona • futurity
Aug. 30, 2019 ~5 min

Tags: viruses mobile-devices health-and-medicine medical-tests imaging-technology paper microfluidic

Paper device shows rogue collagen’s role in heart disease

A new way to model heart valves to study heart disease uses paper. It shows that when collagen gets out of place, it can have dire consequences.

Mike Williams-Rice • futurity
Aug. 6, 2019 ~6 min

Tags: heart-disease health-and-medicine hearts collagen paper

‘Unprinting’ removes toner from paper with light

A new 'unprinting' method uses light pulses to remove toner from printer paper, which could improve recycling and cut emissions.

Todd Bates-Rutgers • futurity
June 26, 2019 ~2 min

Tags: sustainability recycling earth-and-environment paper printers

Page 1 of 1