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A simple chemical trick changes graphene into a compound with different electronic properties.
Researchers investigate why iron arsenide materials become superconducting at relatively high temperatures.
A novel nanolaser could cram more data onto a hard disk.
By using an electric charge to put molecules in motion, a new device can make a computer’s fans more efficient.
Gold nanoparticles with branching polymers could attack tumors in multiple ways.
A new type of nanometer-size semiconductor crystal that can amplify light marks an important step toward cheap, tunable lasers.
A nanowire grid could help make large organic LED displays practical.
Using tiny bubbles to perform logical operations could lead to smart lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery and chemical and biological analyses.
A heated AFM tip can draw nanometers-wide conductive lines on graphene oxide.
New material could cut the use of expensive platinum by 80 percent.