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Long-lasting near-infrared LEDs could be used to make cheap, flexible night-vision displays and sensors.
This power system could make it feasible to generate cheap electricity from lukewarm geothermal sources.
The approach could boost U.S. lithium production—just as demand is set to soar with increased electric-vehicle usage.
By borrowing a trick from optical-fiber technology, a startup makes cells that trap light to create more electricity.
A platinum-free liquid cathode could cut fuel-cell costs by 40 percent.
Special sheets for bendable displays will soon hit the market.
Nanowires that convert motion into current could lead to textiles that can generate power.
A portable system converts biowaste into jet fuel and diesel for the military.
A new magnetic-cooling system could lead to more-energy-efficient refrigerators.
Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.