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On the surface of a new photovoltaic prototype, microscopic nanotube towers perform best when they catch light on their sides.
A Caltech group has created materials that could improve the efficiency of solar cells.
Sheets of atom-thick carbon could make displays that are super fast.
Researchers have found organic molecules that can act as an effective and cheap glue to stick together tiny electronic components.
Researchers aim to cut carbon-dioxide emissions by shedding light on the nanostructure of cement.
Polymers made using clay nanoparticles could lead to fuel-saving car parts and to lightweight fabrics much more resistant to tear.
Researchers have given nanoparticles the ability to tell immune cells not to eat them, a development that could have broad implications for medicine.
Nanotechnology advance leads to materials that are resistant to icing.
Machines made of DNA could one day assemble complex–and tiny–electrical and mechanical devices.
The repulsive side of an optical force could lead to ultra-fast telecommunications.