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Researchers at Stanford make an electrode that can be recharged 40,000 times without losing much capacity.
New metals will keep engines and turbines dry and ice-free.
A novel pixel design promises to be faster and brighter.
A new solar-cell design could cut costs and is suitable for large-scale flexible panels.
A startup is moving ahead with an efficient method to make biodegradable plastic.
A new paperlike material could lead to novel types of light and flexible materials.
The new design could lead to cheaper solar cells.
Plastic RFID tags will be the first product to use printed nanotube transistors.
Plastic cells are lighter than silicon ones, but they’re not as efficient–one company aims to fix that.
A startup is making thin-film solar cells on flexible steel sheets.