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The repulsive side of an optical force could lead to ultra-fast telecommunications.
A new material could eventually be used to store vast amounts of data on a disc.
The device harnesses both sunlight and mechanical energy.
A new three-dimensional device sorts and separates nanoparticles by size.
A new way to perform experiments using just thousands of molecules.
Carbon nanotubes that respond to visible light might mean better solar cells and artificial retinas.
Durable molds could serve as a practical manufacturing tool in making nano devices.
A silicon nanobeam uses optical force to do mechanical work in an integrated circuit.