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Researchers are experimenting with a novel nanowire material to power tiny biosensors and portable devices.
A U.K.-based company is set to launch a new kind of chewing gum that’s easy to wash off any surface.
Genetically modified algae could be efficient producers of hydrogen and biofuels.
A new magnetic-cooling system could lead to more-energy-efficient refrigerators.
Researchers believe that the magneto-electric effect might be key to creating the sensors needed for ultra-high-capacity memory.
Researchers have found that splitting a polymer film makes gratings useful in biosensors and DVDs.
By using an electric charge to put molecules in motion, a new device can make a computer’s fans more efficient.
First of its kind computing prototype.
A material repairs itself multiple times.
Reversing the direction of a quantum force could prevent nano devices from sticking together–and even make them levitate.