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A new trick could reduce the energy needed for many industrial processes and make solar thermal energy much cheaper.
A solar-powered reaction turns a greenhouse gas into a valuable raw material.
Carbon nanotubes could help make nanoparticle-based solar cells more efficient and practical.
Solexant is printing inorganic solar cells with nanomaterials.
Researchers aim to cut carbon-dioxide emissions by shedding light on the nanostructure of cement.
Polymers made using clay nanoparticles could lead to fuel-saving car parts and to lightweight fabrics much more resistant to tear.
Machines made of DNA could one day assemble complex–and tiny–electrical and mechanical devices.
Programmable nanoparticles have shown promise in early cancer trials, and may finally fulfill the promise of nanomedicine.
Researchers are working on composites that would make strong magnets that need less of the hard-to-get ingredients.
New light-activated catalyst keeps on working even after the lights go out.