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Tiny antennae focus infrared laser light down to 100 nanometers, providing a way for scientists to see cells at work.
For an easy-to-make adhesive inspired by mussels, possible applications abound.
Photovoltaics made of nanowires could lead to cheaper solar panels.
A new machine that makes nanostructured fibers could turn soldiers’ uniforms into power supplies.
Carbon nanotubes may help scientists create smarter implants.
A unique printing method could lead to precise nanofabrication.
E-jet printing of precise structures out of various materials could prove to be a valuable tool in nano manufacturing.
Researchers have found that splitting a polymer film makes gratings useful in biosensors and DVDs.
A new nanoparticle-based tool could provide a faster, easier way to identify infections.
Reversing the direction of a quantum force could prevent nano devices from sticking together–and even make them levitate.