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MIT researchers have invented a microfluidic way to efficiently make particles with exquisite internal structure.
A new process could make nanotube fibers that are strong enough to stop bullets.
A new method for making ultrathin materials could lead to better fuel cells.
A startup is moving ahead with an efficient method to make biodegradable plastic.
For an easy-to-make adhesive inspired by mussels, possible applications abound.
A U.K.-based company is set to launch a new kind of chewing gum that’s easy to wash off any surface.
Large-scale manufacturing techniques used to build LCDs could make solar power far more competitive.
A material repairs itself multiple times.
Researchers can make an adhesive either stick or come undone by changing its acidity.
A new paperlike material could lead to novel types of light and flexible materials.