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Machines made of DNA could one day assemble complex–and tiny–electrical and mechanical devices.
A new printing and folding process could make lighter parts for planes.
Injecting liquid metal into a polymer results in a twistable, stretchable antenna.
New OLED and LCD displays could be made using a hybrid material.
Easily made nanolenses can perform superhigh-resolution lithography and imaging.
New nanotube sheets combine unique properties.
A new way to perform experiments using just thousands of molecules.
Polymers that arrange into nanostructures could store terabits on a square inch.
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.