Move over Harry Potter - one UK-based startup is about to give the iconic wizard's invisibility cloak a run for its money.
An 'invisible sculpture' consisting of absolutely nothing whatsoever has sold for a ridiculous price at auction.
Scientists may have finally determined what might be behind this mysterious, invisible form of matter.
A Canadian company has come up with a new material that can render large objects almost totally invisible.
The photograph, which was posted on Reddit, shows a car with so much shine that it appears almost invisible.
NASA scientists have revealed the existence of an invisible magnetic tail trailing behind the Red Planet.
The car manufacturer is aiming to use a form of cloaking technology to improve driver visibility.
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 Earth appears to be surrounded by giant, invisible tubes of plasma that fill the sky above our heads.
The army is attempting to secure cutting edge materials capable of rendering its soldiers invisible.
Scientists have identified an invisible shield around our planet that protects us from deadly electrons.
An amazing new nano-material is able to render any object hidden beneath it undetectable.
The manufacturer has unveiled its concept for a car with a bonnet that the driver can see through.
Skywatchers are reporting strange unidentified flying objects that only show up using infrared.
London's Hayward Gallery is to break the mould by putting several piece of 'invisible' art on display.
New research has rendered a 3D object invisible to the microwave region of the electromagnetic spectrum.
A British defense company has developed a way to make tanks invisible in the infra-red spectrum.
A new device that can fire a harmless laser-like beam could be rolled out in prisons to break up fights.
The invisible 'Galaxy X' is thought to contain an overwhelming amount of dark matter.