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An advance makes the conversion of heat to electricity practical.
Genetically modified bacteria can produce enough proteins for super-strong spider silk.
“Building blocks” containing gels turn cells into different types of tissue.
A device containing piezoelectric nanowires can now scavenge enough energy to power small electronic devices.
Machines made of DNA could one day assemble complex–and tiny–electrical and mechanical devices.
Two-dimensional sheets of molybdenite can do things that silicon and graphene can’t.
New designs could decrease the chances that nuclear materials will fall into the hands of terrorists.
Intel researchers have built a superfast silicon chip for optical networking.
Cellulose nanofibers from wood pulp create a superstrong paper.
A unique shape made possible by composites helps cut fuel consumption while allowing faster speeds.