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A carbon-nanotube radio receiver can detect individual gold atoms.
A tiny detector can quickly sniff out dangerous gases.
New composites could lead to better food packaging, and to lighter car and airplane parts.
Researchers aim to print large areas of carbon nanotube thin-film transistors on plastic surfaces to make flexible displays and sensor networks.
A nine-nanometer device shows that nanotubes could be a viable alternative to silicon as electronics get even tinier.
An improved production process could make electrical transmission lines far more efficient.
A new method produces dense arrays of carbon nanotubes for digital logic.
A rival to flash memory that requires one percent as much power could improve battery life in mobile devices.
Researchers develop a new method for making efficient nanotube transistor arrays.