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A tiny detector can quickly sniff out dangerous gases.
New composites could lead to better food packaging, and to lighter car and airplane parts.
A portable array of lasers could be used to monitor pollution and detect toxins.
Injected directly into the spinal cords of paralyzed mice, a new material restores use of the animals’ hind legs.
A simple way to pattern organic semiconductor material could mean cheap, large, bendable electronics.
A nanocomposite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter.
Reversing the direction of a quantum force could prevent nano devices from sticking together–and even make them levitate.
Researchers can make an adhesive either stick or come undone by changing its acidity.
An array of zinc-oxide nanowires that generates current when vibrated with ultrasonic waves could provide a new way to power biological sensors and nanodevices.
An organic molecule moves in a straight line and can pick up and transport up to two carbon dioxides from one point to another.