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Hybrid materials made of cardiac cells and carbon nanotubes might patch damaged hearts and provide muscle for robots made of living tissues.
Researchers achieve a goal they’ve been after since the 1980s—the advance could make cars and airplanes lighter, and renewable energy more practical.
Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known material.
Researchers have taken a step towards making carbon nanotubes into transmission lines.
Cotton fabric treated with nano inks produces a water filter that’s efficient and needs little power to work.
A carbon nanotube computer processor is comparable to a chip from the early 1970s, and may be the first step beyond silicon electronics.
Lithium-ion batteries with nanotube electrodes could go longer between charges.
Special sheets for bendable displays will soon hit the market.
Carbon nanotube yarns produce as much torque as an electric motor.