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Printable carbon nanotube patterns could find uses in flexible displays and RFID tags.
Using carbon nanotubes as small electrodes might one day lead to safe and effective retinal implants.
A reversible surfactant could improve the yield of oil reservoirs.
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An odd new material could be a boon in dry regions with limited access to clean water.
A novel approach to concentrating sunlight could cut solar panel costs.
SUNY researchers are working on a small, easy-to-use disease detector.