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An MIT spinoff introduces the first commercial chip with a mesh architecture.
A new kind of microscope creates detailed, three-dimensional movies of living cells as they respond to changes in the environment.
Scientists have developed a light-triggered switch to control brain cells, which could aid in the development of therapies for epilepsy and other diseases–and shed light on the neural code.
By measuring nanoscale forces, researchers learn to make lithium-ion batteries that pull themselves together.
Using tiny bubbles to perform logical operations could lead to smart lab-on-a-chip devices for drug discovery and chemical and biological analyses.
Fleets of robotic aircraft could improve weather forecasts.
A new way to print quantum dots could lead to brighter, more power-efficient displays.
Sheets of elastic, sticky polymers could replace sutures and provide long-term drug delivery.