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I’m a freelance journalist based in San Francisco. Before going freelance, I was MIT Technology Review’s material science editor; and I graduated from MIT’s Science Writing program in 2004.
A startup says it’s jumped one of the big hurdles on the way to making artificial spider silk.
A single graphene transistor that does the job of many conventional ones could lead to compact chips for cell phones.
High-performance disposable electronics could improve the quality of inexpensive tests.
The U.S. Army is evaluating full-color flexible displays that can be worn on the wrist.
A startup hopes to use the new approach to make vaccines.
Active metamaterials might be used in solar cells that change properties with the weather.
A pair of U.K. physicists are awarded the prize for demonstrating the material’s unusual properties.
A new design could help thermoelectric materials find broader use.
B. J. Fogg’s lab at Stanford focuses on the ways technology can influence behavior.
Researchers at IBM now know how long a single atom can “remember” its state.