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New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in nanotechnology – and what they mean
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in information technology – and what they mean
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in biotechnology – and what they mean
A new lens allows optical microscopy down to 60 nanometers and faster plastic electronics – using an ink-jet printer.
Digital lighting after movie-shooting, a more-intelligent Web searching tool, and audio ‘thumbnails’ to find online music faster
Engineered E. coli bacteria signal environmental changes and dividing cells could mend tissue after heart attacks.
Faster plastic-based semiconductors and a step toward lighter, nonsteel auto engines
Cooling data centers, speeding up secure data transmissions, making Internet phone calls clearer, and more
Safer genetic therapy and an imaging technique for monitoring the development of Alzheimer’s disease
From the world of nanotechnology, here are the latest publications, experiments, and breakthroughs, and what they mean.