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A new fuel cell uses a cheap nickel catalyst.
An artificial scaffold helps engineered heart cells better mimic real ones.
A new type of silicon promises cheaper, more-sensitive light detectors.
Graphene, praised for its electrical properties, has been proven the strongest known material.
Injected directly into the spinal cords of paralyzed mice, a new material restores use of the animals’ hind legs.
A simple way to pattern organic semiconductor material could mean cheap, large, bendable electronics.
A nanocomposite of aluminum oxide and a polymer is as tough as metals but lighter.
Australian researchers are developing a process that could lead to self-cleaning wool sweaters and silk ties.
Sheets of elastic, sticky polymers could replace sutures and provide long-term drug delivery.