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The simple, non-polluting battery could be used in compact devices.
A platinum-free liquid cathode could cut fuel-cell costs by 40 percent.
A tiny gripper that responds to chemical triggers could be a new tool for surgery.
Nanoparticle inks that fade away in hours could be ideal for secure communications.
Electrodes made of carbon-silicon nanowires could boost the life and performance of lithium-ion batteries.
Electroplated metal could be used to make self-healing construction materials, car parts, and machinery.
Tiny electron emitters inside an x-ray generator could improve medical imaging and cancer therapy.
Dye-doped DNA nanofibers can be tuned to emit different colors of light.
A new solar-cell design could cut costs and is suitable for large-scale flexible panels.
A new way to mass-produce flexible OLED displays could mean affordable commercial products.