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A biotech startup wants to coax fuels from engineered microbes.
QD Vision is using its quantum dots in LED lighting to produce more pleasing white light.
Evaporative cooling plus drying with desiccants equals cool air for less cost.
An MIT startup is hoping to make titanium much more affordable. The benefit: lighter, more fuel-efficient planes.
Solid-state lighting is mounting a challenge to light bulbs.
Researchers take a big step toward their goal of spy-proof communications via satellites.
A new method of turning waste heat into electrical power might speed up communications inside computers – and mark another advance in the field of silicon photonics.
Storing information on volatile memory instead of hard disks could vastly speed up computing, researchers say.
Modified yeast could help make ethanol from hard-to-digest materials.
Startup LS9 is developing microbes that produce hydrocarbons.