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A biomimetic ceramic that is strong and tough could be used to make lightweight vehicles.
A new biomaterial could improve knee-cartilage repair surgery.
A simpler way to modify microbes could help produce biofuels and drugs efficiently.
Stretchable electronics and the strongest material ever were just two achievements of 2008.
Coatings for medical implants could prevent devastating and costly infections.
New kinds of bioelectrodes will help researchers study beating hearts and brain trauma.
A polymer device trains immune cells to shrink tumors.
Genetically engineered viruses could form a scaffold for nerve cells.