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  • Tiny Device Stores Light

    IBM researchers have fabricated a silicon device that’s a significant advance in making practical optical interconnects.

  • Nanowires Conduct Photocurrent

    Self-assembled nanotubes that conduct current when illuminated take us one step closer to cheap molecular photonic devices.

  • Printing Muscle and Bone

    Ink-jet printers allow tissue engineers to control cell development and could one day be used to construct complex cellular structures.

  • Making Nanoelectronics for Displays

    A new way to print devices made of diverse materials could prove to be an invaluable tool in making nanoscale electronics and optics.

  • New Hope for Stem-Cell Therapy

    Stem cells derived via asexual reproduction could provide an efficient way to generate cells that are tissue-matched to the donor.

  • Cloning Nanotubes

    Researcher can now make exact copies of carbon nanotubes, potentially overcoming one of the greatest obstacles to widespread applications of the nanomaterials.

  • Portable, Magnetic DNA Detector

    Researchers use magnetic materials found in computer hard drives to build chips for detecting genes, cancer, and toxins.

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