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Using DNA to synthesize and align ultra-thin graphene ribbons could represent a way to manufacture graphene transistors that don’t leak.
A material that selectively blocks heat and light could finally make it practical to add smart windows to buildings.
Laboratory advances hint at how additive manufacturing technology could change the way some electronic devices are made.
Researchers are designing a “dialysis-like” machine that could identify and remove pathogens responsible for an often lethal blood infection.
New research shows how arrays of tiny electronic devices can achieve human-skin-like sensitivity to mechanical force.
Obama calls for $100 million to develop new technologies to understand the brain.
Laboratory advance shows that nano-imprinting could help the hard drive industry meet its long-term goals for data storage capacity.
Researchers have given nanoparticles the ability to tell immune cells not to eat them, a development that could have broad implications for medicine.
Wrapping alcohol-digesting enzymes in a nanoscale polymer allows them to quickly reduce blood alcohol content.
Fibers spun from carbon nanotubes have the conductivity of copper and the strength of advanced composites.