Move over Harry Potter - one UK-based startup is about to give the iconic wizard's invisibility cloak a run for its money.
What if it were possible to hide from a hostile alien civilization by 'cloaking' the entire planet ?
A Canadian company has come up with a new material that can render large objects almost totally invisible.
A new study has found that the Romans may have used 'metamaterials' to dampen the effects of earthquakes.
British troops have been conducting field trials of a new type of camouflage material known as Vatec.
A new type of 'invisibility skin' has been developed that can render a microscopic object invisible.
The army is attempting to secure cutting edge materials capable of rendering its soldiers invisible.
A team at the University of Rochester has come up with a new way to hide 3-dimensional objects from view.
A cloak made from mirrors is able to make it appear to an observer that the subject is frozen in time.
Scientists have succeeded in creating an invisibility cloak using a type of material called a metascreen.
Scientists in Scotland have developed a material that could be used to make invisibility cloaks.
Researchers have developed an invisibility cloak out of silk that can bend certain types of light around solid objects.
It might be dismissed as science fiction but invisibility is a technology that is slowly becoming a reality.
Scientists have produced the first device able to render an object invisible in three dimensions.
Earlier this year researchers theorized how to build a table-top black hole, now two scientists in China have succeeded ...
Physicist Dr Michio Kaku has said that the world of science fiction may be a lot closer than fantasy to reality, with te...