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Nanoelectronic scaffolding supports living tissue.
A new method produces dense arrays of carbon nanotubes for digital logic.
Carbon nanotubes that respond to visible light might mean better solar cells and artificial retinas.
Researchers use a running rodent to test their device.
The company believes that shielded labs are vital to the future of nanoelectronics.