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A novel sensor uses liquid crystals to detect environmental contamination.
Scientists have turned the world’s smallest nanotubes into superconductors.
Non-intrusive load monitoring gives detailed views of where power is going, with payoffs for utilities, customers and maybe Big Brother.
Data hidden in the flicker of fluorescent bulbs may help the disabled lead independent lives.
Carmakers are revved up for smart cars, but information overload may cause trouble down the road.
First proposed a decade ago, microrocketry is taking off. Before long, dime-sized dynamos may power everything from tiny satellites to “smart dust.”
We know that nanotech will change the world-it’s time to think about how.
Carbon nanotube transistors may promise nanoelectronic marvels.
Solid-acid fuel cells may prove a flexible power source.