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A flexible electronic device stuck on the skin could provide irritation-free monitoring of heart, brain, and muscle activity.
A method for turning powders into fibers has many potential applications.
A startup says it’s jumped one of the big hurdles on the way to making artificial spider silk.
The new cells promise to be cheaper, more efficient, and even printable.
A California company’s lithium metal-air batteries are lightweight and energy dense.
New chemistry and microsurfaces have led to super oil-repellent materials that are self-cleaning.
A new nanomaterial could lead to novel types of displays.
A new adaptive polymer coating combines unusual chemical properties to help maintain a clear view.
Using computers to virtually test new molecules could lead to new types of solar cells.