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A versatile new process for making biofuels could slash their cost.
Devices made of heart tissue could screen drug candidates and be used to power implantable robots.
A new way to fabricate nanomaterials could mean batteries and solar cells woven into clothing.
Optical devices made out of silicon could transform computing.
A compact optical setup that produces 3-D video could make holography much less expensive.
Computer chips designed to mimic how the brain works could shed light on our cognitive abilities.
A new engine design could significantly improve fuel efficiency for cars and SUVs, at a fraction of the cost of today’s hybrid technology.
How Infinera packs dozens of optical components onto photonic integrated circuits for ultrafast optical networks.
Doctors at Massachusetts General Hospital are using whole-body MRI to illuminate a tricky disease.
Watching live neurons in adult mice, MIT’s Elly Nedivi has found a surprising amount of growth.