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New technologies on NASA’s next lunar spacecraft will collect information to make human exploration safer.
Small, implantable devices could measure radiation from within tumors themselves.
Silicon gratings heighten contrast.
Proton-beam cancer therapy could become more available, thanks to a new device.
A new way of controlling light could open the door to novel optical devices.
A platelet-rich gel derived from one’s own blood could speed up the healing of wounds and cuts.
Filters will bring out faint infrared radiation from the early universe.
A new metal film could help control terahertz radiation and lead to wireless devices that are thousands of times faster than today’s Wi-Fi.
New physics theory could cut the cord on power chargers for gadgets.