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A new theoretical design using nanowires provides a way to hide devices from visible light.
Tiny rubber bands can power microrobots that could serve as ultrasmall sensors.
A novel form of locomotion inspired by the way amoebas move could help robots get in places other robots can’t reach.
Warping photos could help text-based communications become more expressive.
Adding decoy photons to quantum-cryptographic signals should finally make them “unconditionally secure.”
A computer model of the brain has learned to detect and classify objects.
The first commercial flexible electronics are, after more than a decade of development, finally on their way.
There’s much in store for our artificially intelligent friends next year.
A Scottish company develops artificial platelets that can cheaply and quickly plug leaks.
An IBM supercomputer forecasts weather down to a one-kilometer resolution.