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Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.
Nanoparticles with a completely new shape may lead to cheaper catalysts that could make many experimental-energy technologies more practical.
A nanowire grid could help make large organic LED displays practical.
IBM researchers have developed a nuclear MRI technique that can see features as small as 90 nanometers.
Ultrasmall light-emitting fibers deposited on electrodes can serve as nanometer-scale light sources.
On the surface of a new photovoltaic prototype, microscopic nanotube towers perform best when they catch light on their sides.
Copying bacterial propellers could give biomedical robots a boost.
A new theoretical design using nanowires provides a way to hide devices from visible light.
An array of zinc-oxide nanowires that generates current when vibrated with ultrasonic waves could provide a new way to power biological sensors and nanodevices.
High-current transistors made from perfectly aligned carbon nanotubes show promise for use in flexible and high-speed nanoelectronics.