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Polymer patches hitched to the surfaces of immune cells can transport a variety of cargo.
A nanowire membrane that sops up oil while repelling water could be used for cleaning up oil spills.
A cheap polymer material increases the power output of methanol fuel cells by 50 percent.
A study in rodents suggests that skin cells can be transformed into neurons to treat neurodegeneration.
A new way to fabricate nanomaterials could mean batteries and solar cells woven into clothing.
An ultrasensitive method for weighing cells could lead to a cheap and easy-to-use diagnostic device.
A plastic from recombinant E. coli gets FDA approval for use in safer, ultrastrong sutures.
Plasma turns waste to ethanol.
New technologies will make online search more intelligent–and may even lead to a “Web 3.0.”
The video technique could lead to remote diagnostic methods, like the ability to detect the heart rate of someone on a screen.