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A startup prepares to manufacture electronics that conform to skin, arteries, and organs, allowing new surgical and measuring methods.
Large sheets made from carbon nanotubes could lead to lighter aircraft and more resilient space probes.
An inexpensive pressure-sensitive pad could make surfaces smarter.
A simple process turns cocoons into optical devices with biological applications.
Optical devices made out of silicon could transform computing.
A compact optical setup that produces 3-D video could make holography much less expensive.
How Infinera packs dozens of optical components onto photonic integrated circuits for ultrafast optical networks.
Anil Jain at Michigan State University seeks to improve security by integrating various types of biometrics.
William Sutherling of the Huntington Medical Research Institute demonstrates how to use magnetic imaging to hunt down seizure-causing brain tissue.
Microscale devices that mimic human organs could provide a much more realistic environment for drug discovery.