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N-type and p-type semiconductor nanocrystals could pave the way for new types of solar cells.
Making LEDs with microchip manufacturing methods could slash the cost of lighting.
New compact cables show promise for power transmission and high-field magnets.
Samsung’s new four-inch display could eventually lead to flexible screens.
Stanford researchers develop a trick that could help dye-sensitized solar cells trap more light.
A polymer that mends itself could lead to medical implants or engine parts that fix themselves.
An alternative to batteries gets an advance from tiny, crumpled sheets of graphene, whose electrodes can store more charge because they have larger surface areas.
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.
Nanowire arrays are a thousand times more sensitive than dog noses at sniffing out explosives.