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A novel process yields big pieces of single-ply graphene for smaller, faster electronics.
New technology could provide a way to harness wave energy.
A simple way to deposit thin films of carbon could lead to cheaper solar cells.
Organic crystals change shape and then go back to their original shape when exposed to light of different colors.
A sensor that measures the concentration of viruses in minutes could make possible a handheld device that cheaply and quickly spots pathogens.
Using carbon nanotubes as small electrodes might one day lead to safe and effective retinal implants.
N-type and p-type semiconductor nanocrystals could pave the way for new types of solar cells.
Researchers inject quantum dots into the skin using plastic microneedles, potentially providing a way to diagnose and treat diseases.
The atom-thick material may be ideal for a new sequencing technique.
Graphene could make computer hard drives denser and speedier.