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  • TR10: Biological Machines

    Michel Maharbiz and his colleagues at the University of California, Berkeley, are developing implants for giant beetles that allow scientists to control the insects’ flight. Researchers hope that the beetles can one day be used for search and rescue or reconnaissance in areas inaccessible to people or other robots.

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    The paper diagnostic chips are made in a few steps, shown here by graduate student Andres Martinez, a member of the Whitesides Research Group.

  • TR10: Paper Diagnostics

    George Whitesides explains how diagnostic paper chips could revolutionize health care in disparate places.

  • TR10: Nanopiezoelectronics

    Zhong Lin Wang, a professor of materials science at Georgia Tech, describes his work on nanoscale devices that convert mechanical energy into power for the nano world.

  • Saving Energy in Masdar City

    Gerard Evenden, the senior partner at the U.K.-based firm Foster and Partners, who developed the master plan for Masdar City, explains how he will save energy.

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