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A simple method applies nanoscale texturing over large areas.
New designs for materials that repel all liquids.
Nobel Prize winner Dan Shechtman discusses the potential uses for quasicrystals.
Injecting liquid metal into a polymer results in a twistable, stretchable antenna.
Stretchable electronics and the strongest material ever were just two achievements of 2008.
A novel process yields big pieces of single-ply graphene for smaller, faster electronics.
In acquiring Innovalight, DuPont will expand its solar business and develop new ways to make solar cells.
An artificial bone-like material could speed up recovery from injury.
Researchers investigate why iron arsenide materials become superconducting at relatively high temperatures.
A new printing and folding process could make lighter parts for planes.