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Plastic or silk threads covered with temperature sensors and micro-heaters could keep tabs on infections and provide therapy.
A sheath of carbon nanotubes or conductive polymer improves the charge-storage capacity of electrodes.
A polymer that mends itself could lead to medical implants or engine parts that fix themselves.
A new type of device could ultimately hold more data than flash memory.
Chinese photovoltaic giant Suntech looks to electronics to help squeeze more power out of solar arrays.
A device for power tools may also help regenerative braking.
The atom-thick carbon material could have optoelectronic applications.
A new type of sensor makes diagnosing infections quick and easy.
A tiny gripper that responds to chemical triggers could be a new tool for surgery.
Tiny electron emitters inside an x-ray generator could improve medical imaging and cancer therapy.