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New nanotube sheets combine unique properties.
Carbon nanotubes that respond to visible light might mean better solar cells and artificial retinas.
Understanding how nanotubes heat up could make them useful for electronics.
Carbon nanotubes could replace expensive platinum catalysts and help finally make fuel cells economical.
Special sheets for bendable displays will soon hit the market.
Researchers have solved one of the fundamental problems in making electronics from nanotubes.
Dense films of carbon nanotubes store large amounts of energy.
Tiny sensors can monitor cancer-causing agents and chemotherapy drugs in cells.
Fabrics woven from highly conductive, nanotube-coated cotton are wearable biosensors.