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The nanostructure material could predict which soldiers might suffer from traumatic brain injury.
Nanotechnology advance leads to materials that are resistant to icing.
A flexible metamaterial that manipulates visible light could lead to better camouflage.
The U.S. has plenty of the metals that are critical to many green-energy technologies, but engineering and R&D expertise have moved overseas.
A startup says it’s jumped one of the big hurdles on the way to making artificial spider silk.
The rest of the world is trying to find alternatives to these crucial materials.
The U.S. Army is evaluating full-color flexible displays that can be worn on the wrist.
A pair of U.K. physicists are awarded the prize for demonstrating the material’s unusual properties.
The new approach wastes far less light, saving energy.
The atom-thick material may be ideal for a new sequencing technique.