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Computing Archive

  • 3-D Nano Images

    IBM researchers have developed a nuclear MRI technique that can see features as small as 90 nanometers.

  • A Better Silicon Laser

    Researchers at Intel have made the most efficient silicon laser yet, potentially paving the way for cheaper medical imaging and ultrasensitive chemical detection.

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  • Tiny Light Bulbs

    Ultrasmall light-emitting fibers deposited on electrodes can serve as nanometer-scale light sources.

  • Smart Crystals

    Organic crystals change shape and then go back to their original shape when exposed to light of different colors.

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  • MRI-Compatible Robots

    A new motor made of nonmagnetic and dielectric materials can power a robotic medical device inside an MRI scanner, significantly improving cancer diagnoses and treatments.

  • Nanogenerator Fueled by Vibrations

    An array of zinc-oxide nanowires that generates current when vibrated with ultrasonic waves could provide a new way to power biological sensors and nanodevices.

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