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With a new printing technique, researchers can now make enough metamaterials to begin fabricating invisibility cloaks and superlenses.
A startup hopes to make the technology cheap enough that it’s feasible for a typical hospital lab.
New energy-storage technology could surpass today’s batteries in capacity and durability.
A startup moves toward thin-film solid-oxide fuel cells suitable for practical devices.
Researchers learn how to make lasers directly on microchips—the result could be computers that download large files much more quickly.
Graphene devices could make extremely sensitive sensors and superfast electronic switches for consumer electronics.
Researchers make transistors out of a material that’s better than silicon.
Nanotechnology advance leads to materials that are resistant to icing.
A single graphene transistor that does the job of many conventional ones could lead to compact chips for cell phones.
Active metamaterials might be used in solar cells that change properties with the weather.