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A hybrid refrigerator will bring efficient, cheap cooling to India.
Cellulose nanofibers from wood pulp create a superstrong paper.
A tiny radio made out of a single nanotube could find use in biological and environmental sensors.
Researchers are experimenting with a novel nanowire material to power tiny biosensors and portable devices.
Heat-assisted magnetic recording promises 60-terabyte hard disks.
Such materials could be used to cool computers and buildings, and harvest waste heat in cars.
Carbon nanotube yarns produce as much torque as an electric motor.
Nanotube anodes could lead to higher-energy, faster-charging batteries for cell phones and notebooks.
Making LEDs with microchip manufacturing methods could slash the cost of lighting.
New compact cables show promise for power transmission and high-field magnets.