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Ultrathin integrated circuits could lead to powerful flexible devices like medical sensors and wearable electronics.
Airbus will test a system that could reduce fuel consumption by 15 percent.
A research project shows how a revolutionary type of camera could be commercialized.
A nanoprinting technique can be used to modify millions of samples.
The trick could reduce the carbon emissions and energy usage associated with recycling paper.
New coating promises to turn an atomic force microscope into an even more useful tool.
New system detects emotions based on variables ranging from typing speeds to the weather.
A plan to bounce signals off the ceilings inside data centers could solve a major performance bottleneck.
It regulates the heartbeat with a zap of ultrasound sent to a receiver implanted into the organ itself.
The new design features two processors—one for high performance, one for high efficiency.