A travelling-wave reactor is a nuclear power plant which can be powered by already spent fertile material and creates little to no spent nuclear material itself.
Thorium reactor is a nuclear plant that uses the naturally abundant isotope of thorium as the fertile nuclear material.
Carbon nanotubes are hollow cylindrical cables of carbon molecules with properties that are useful for nanotechnology, electronics, optics and other fields of materials science.
An optical invisibility cloak is a fabric constructed to make the wearer invisible by bending light around the subject.
Metamaterials are artificial materials engineered to have properties that may not be found in nature.
Personal fabricators are consumer-grade manufacturing devices for the physical creation and assembly of virtual models into end-user products.
In-vitro meat is an animal flesh product that has never been part of a complete, living animal.
Stem cell therapy is a method of treatig disease or injury by inerting adult stem cells directly into damaged tissue.
Swarm robots are a group of simple robots which interact with each other and the environment to collectivly accomplish tasks.
Commercial unmanned aerial vehicles are either remote controlled or autonomous flying transportation used by civilians.