Polymers made using clay nanoparticles could lead to fuel-saving car parts and to lightweight fabrics much more resistant to tear.
Long-lasting near-infrared LEDs could be used to make cheap, flexible night-vision displays and sensors.
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How Notre Dame put my SSN on the Internet.
A microfluidic chip rapidly identifies pathogens by scanning their genomes.
Both companies modify transistor materials to make smaller, faster, more energy-efficient processors.
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An ultrasmall grabbing gadget might someday become a new tool in microsurgery.
Tests show that measuring electrical resistance could lead to a cheap and easy way to detect the disease early.
But will consumers agree? OQO, Samsung, Sony, and others test the waters.