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Computing Archive

  • The Year in Nanotech

    Dazzling displays, handheld sensors, cancer killers, and nanotube computers.

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  • The Year in Infotech

    Technology Review picks the year’s most significant advances in information technology.

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  • Nanowires Conduct Photocurrent

    Self-assembled nanotubes that conduct current when illuminated take us one step closer to cheap molecular photonic devices.

  • Self-Healing Guardrails

    Material customized for NASCAR crash safety is now eyed as an impact absorber for carnage-prone spots on U.S. highways.

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  • Making Nanoelectronics for Displays

    A new way to print devices made of diverse materials could prove to be an invaluable tool in making nanoscale electronics and optics.

  • Cloning Nanotubes

    Researcher can now make exact copies of carbon nanotubes, potentially overcoming one of the greatest obstacles to widespread applications of the nanomaterials.

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