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  • Building an Organ on a Chip

    Microscale devices that mimic human organs could provide a much more realistic environment for drug discovery.

  • Iridescent Displays

    Qualcomm uses the ­mechanism that gives color to butterfly wings to make low-power, full-color e-reader displays.


  • Printing Muscle

    Organovo’s 3-D printer creates human tissues that could help speed drug discovery.


  • Nanotech Goes Big

    Large sheets made from carbon nanotubes could lead to lighter aircraft and more ­resilient space probes.

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  • Battery Fill-Up

    Better Place’s switching ­stations allow electric cars to swap ­batteries during long trips.

  • Printing Parts

    New printing methods make it possible to create complex, durable parts for airplanes.

  • Printing Parts

    Systems that print mechanical components with metal ­powder could be used to build lighter, more efficient airplanes.


  • Redesigning Solar Power

    A new lab is inventing innovative ways to package and install solar cells, with the aim of making solar energy far more affordable.


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