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Energy companies pour millions into nanotechnology for oil and gas recovery.
A new fabrication technique brings us closer to optical chips.
Giving each member of a digital crowd its own personality could make animated mob scenes more realistic.
Researchers are harnessing solar energy to convert carbon dioxide into carbon monoxide, which can be used to make fuels.
A novel wireless EKG monitor could make diagnosing heart conditions much easier.
Placing tiny spheres of silicon in reflective trays could be the key to cheap, efficient solar cells.
A new type of MEMS-based electronic paper for cell phones is fast enough to show video.
Researchers have developed a motorless exoskeleton that can carry 80 pounds.
E-jet printing of precise structures out of various materials could prove to be a valuable tool in nano manufacturing.
Photonic crystals are being used by a Toronto startup to create commercial devices that offer better color and resolution than other flexible displays.