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Nanoparticles can be activated by radio frequencies.
MIT researchers have invented a microfluidic way to efficiently make particles with exquisite internal structure.
A unique printing method could lead to precise nanofabrication.
A new nanoparticle-based tool could provide a faster, easier way to identify infections.
Nanorods and nanowires could increase memory.
Gold nanoparticles with branching polymers could attack tumors in multiple ways.
Glowing nanoparticles could help doctors make sure they don’t leave behind any traces of brain tumors during surgery.
Nanoparticles with a completely new shape may lead to cheaper catalysts that could make many experimental-energy technologies more practical.
An ultrasensitive method for weighing cells could lead to a cheap and easy-to-use diagnostic device.
A solar-powered reaction turns a greenhouse gas into a valuable raw material.