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New circuits bring low-power nanotube computers closer.
Silicon-nanotube electrodes may enable lithium-ion batteries to store 10 times more charge.
Materials made from nanotubes could lead to conformable computers that stretch around any shape.
A fast screening method could help separate the good from the bad.
A nanoscale biosensor that can detect minute amounts of pathogens could come to market this year.
New studies suggest that long carbon nanotubes behave like asbestos.
Measuring the conductivity of DNA could provide a way to detect mutations.
Exotic materials and cheaper substrates could lead to better photovoltaics.
Researchers have made analog electronics out of carbon nanotubes.