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Bandgap Engineering is developing a new kind of solar cell based on nanowires.
Sol Voltaics plans to make a nanowire-laden ink to boost solar panel efficiency using a rapid manufacturing process.
New solar cells show gains in efficiency.
Nanowire arrays are a thousand times more sensitive than dog noses at sniffing out explosives.
Chips that use graphite show promise for storing more bits than flash memory.
Amprius’s silicon-based batteries are starting to appear in electronics.
Products featuring memristors could appear in 2013.
Nanowire generators could one day lead to medical devices powered by the patient’s own heart.
Nanowire arrays could be used for future medical implants.