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Materials-coating advance could lead to eyeglasses that shed fingerprints.
Using atom-thick carbon instead of silicon could pack ever more data into portable electronics.
Inexpensive chips harvest mechanical energy to charge batteries for wireless sensors.
In work that could improve solar cells and LEDs, researchers have, for the first time, made practical working devices out of three-dimensional photonic crystals.
The U.S. Army is evaluating full-color flexible displays that can be worn on the wrist.
The atom-thick material may be ideal for a new sequencing technique.
A new method will reduce the cost and complexity of manufacturing.
A new method could allow more practical manufacturing of the material.
A California company is developing a compact, flat-panel source of x-rays.
Thin, battery-like films change color when the weather changes.