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Replacing sapphire with silicon could lead to more-affordable LEDs.
Electronics made of a single sheet of carbon could be created much smaller than those made with silicon.
A sensor that measures the concentration of viruses in minutes could make possible a handheld device that cheaply and quickly spots pathogens.
1366 Technologies hopes to cut the cost of solar with cheaper manufacturing.
New circuits bring low-power nanotube computers closer.
Nanowire anodes could let lithium-ion batteries run twice as long.
A simple technique can draw–and erase–wires to create denser computer memory.
A new device, with sensors the size of human cells, can measure, record, and assess the risk of radiation emissions in real time.
Researchers at Intel have announced the world’s fastest silicon modulator–an advance that could cut bandwidth costs and make computers run faster and cooler.
A new design could help thermoelectric materials find broader use.