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Predicted electronic properties that have made researchers excited about a new material have now been demonstrated experimentally.
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.
Better batteries and super-sticky glues are becoming possible because of nanomaterials.
A novel nanolaser could cram more data onto a hard disk.
A tiny radio made out of a single nanotube could find use in biological and environmental sensors.
A nanotech-enabled device could replace the flash memory used in portable electronics.
Tiny antennae focus infrared laser light down to 100 nanometers, providing a way for scientists to see cells at work.
For an easy-to-make adhesive inspired by mussels, possible applications abound.
Photovoltaics made of nanowires could lead to cheaper solar panels.