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Materials that change temperature in response to electric fields could keep computers–and kitchen fridges–cool.
Researchers find a new way to make cheap and flexible photovoltaic cells.
A startup is moving ahead with an efficient method to make biodegradable plastic.
For millions with eye damage, a new artificial cornea could prove a safer, more effective treatment.
An experimental drug for diabetes dispenses insulin in response to glucose levels.
Polymers made using clay nanoparticles could lead to fuel-saving car parts and to lightweight fabrics much more resistant to tear.
Cornell advance could be a first step to low-energy industrial chemical production.
A new fuel cell uses a cheap nickel catalyst.
Polymers that mimic the body’s natural defenses could be a new class of inexpensive therapeutics.
A new, highly effective polymer may make gene therapy safer.