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Material could charge portable electronics with every step.
Cells absorb sunlight concentrated 1,000 times without cooling.
The device processes only small amounts of data, but at a very low cost.
With a new printing technique, researchers can now make enough metamaterials to begin fabricating invisibility cloaks and superlenses.
A new printing process could increase battery capacity by over 10 percent.
Reebok will collaborate with startup MC10 on wearable electronics to monitor athletic performance.
Early 2011 will see printed memory devices in toys and printed sensors in packages used to ship drugs.
Semiconductor equipment giant Applied Materials is trying to advance high-performance, flexible displays.
Nanotube circuits that combine speed and low power might drive flexible displays.
A new method will reduce the cost and complexity of manufacturing.