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An advanced dye boosts the efficiency of dye-sensitized solar cells.
Micrometers-wide tubes that grow spontaneously could be used to make tiny chemical devices.
Polymers that arrange into nanostructures could store terabits on a square inch.
Carbon nanotubes could replace expensive platinum catalysts and help finally make fuel cells economical.
A simple chemical trick changes graphene into a compound with different electronic properties.
Special sheets for bendable displays will soon hit the market.
A trick to assemble nanowires on silicon could lead to cheap, tiny sensing devices.
High-quality, clear graphene films are a leap toward bendable OLED displays.
A simple prototype device, made from the Toronto researchers’ new material, changes color as it displays a sequence of digits.
Research shows that photonic crystals can change color as quickly as other technologies.