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A material that selectively blocks heat and light could finally make it practical to add smart windows to buildings.
A nanocomposite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter.
A so-called metal-organic framework could offer a better way to get at the vast uranium resource dissolved in the ocean.
Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known material.
A new football helmet could help players avoid brain injuries.
A layer-by-layer fabrication tool lets researchers quickly form complicated biological tissue in three-dimensional space.
Using computers to virtually test new molecules could lead to new types of solar cells.
Laboratory advance shows that nano-imprinting could help the hard drive industry meet its long-term goals for data storage capacity.
Newly observed properties mean graphene could be a highly efficient converter of light to electric power.