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A way to align nanowires could lead to better sensors and flexible displays.
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.
Zinc-oxide nanowires that respond electrically when bent could be used to measure minute forces and pressures.
A nanowire device 100 times as dense as today’s memory chips.
A new class of imaging particles seeks out cancers’ blood vessels.
Researchers develop a large-scale array of nanoscale memory circuits.
Specially designed nanoparticles could deliver more imaging agents and drugs, leading to more-effective diagnosis and therapies.
Targeted nanotech-based treatments will enter clinical trials in 2007.
Concerns over the safety and environmental impact of nanomaterials mustn’t be ignored.