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Researchers investigate why iron arsenide materials become superconducting at relatively high temperatures.
A nanowire membrane that sops up oil while repelling water could be used for cleaning up oil spills.
New composites could lead to better food packaging, and to lighter car and airplane parts.
A simple new process generates hydrogen for fuel cells.
Copper nanowires could be used in ultra-thin field-emission displays that are brighter and sharper than flat-panel displays.
A portable array of lasers could be used to monitor pollution and detect toxins.
A simple way to deposit thin films of carbon could lead to cheaper solar cells.
Injected directly into the spinal cords of paralyzed mice, a new material restores use of the animals’ hind legs.
Researchers are working on solar cells that use a novel organic dye.
A simple way to pattern organic semiconductor material could mean cheap, large, bendable electronics.