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Researchers hope that curcumin encapsulated in nanospheres will spice up clinical trials for Alzheimer’s, cystic fibrosis, and cancer.
Chips that use graphite show promise for storing more bits than flash memory.
A tiny radio made out of a single nanotube could find use in biological and environmental sensors.
HP plans new nonvolatile memory for 2013.
Optical antennas could help solar cells produce more energy.
IBM shows that graphene transistors could one day replace silicon.
A new material could eventually be used to store vast amounts of data on a disc.
Energy companies pour millions into nanotechnology for oil and gas recovery.
Researchers have created an electronic contact lens that could be used as a display or a medical sensor.
For an easy-to-make adhesive inspired by mussels, possible applications abound.