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Exotic materials and cheaper substrates could lead to better photovoltaics.
Better batteries and super-sticky glues are becoming possible because of nanomaterials.
Researchers have made defect-free gallium-nitride nanowires that could replace bulky quartz crystals in cell-phone receivers.
Infrared light-emitting nanowires could lead to optical communications on microchips.
Nanorods and nanowires could increase memory.
A new nanowire laser could reveal new cellular mechanisms.
Silicon nanowires may guide stem-cell development.
Transparent transistors made from nanowires could mean bright and clear OLED displays.
A way to align nanowires could lead to better sensors and flexible displays.
Zinc-oxide nanowires that respond electrically when bent could be used to measure minute forces and pressures.