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Learning from Earth's Smallest Ecosystems (Kavli Hangout)
April 24th, 2015
Peering into the planet's tiniest ecosystems, under rocks and in our guts.
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Nanoscale Super-Sponges Boost Boiling (Gallery)
Fast and hot surface
March 26th, 2015
Using a scaffolding built from tobacco viruses, engineers have created a super-efficient nanoscale sponge.
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Chameleon-like Material Changes Color On Demand
Color-changing silicon layer
March 13th, 2015
New nanoscale technology could have wide-ranging applications in multiple industries.
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Richard Feynman's Lessons from Ants, Dinosaurs and His Dad (Video)
An illustration of dinosaurs and a pterodactyl overhead.
April 3rd, 2015
For Richard Feynman, it was his father who inspired him to find answers to the world's unanswered questions.
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Virus-Crafted Metal Nano-Sponges Boost Boiling
Drexel University lab's virus-templated nickel nanostructures
March 26th, 2015
A watched pot may never boil, but a watched pot coated in these super-sponge nanostructures might.
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The Nanotech View of the Microbiome (Kavli Roundtable)
Colored image of an Enterococcus faecalis bacterium
February 12th, 2015
New nanotech is behind the latest hunt to find and track the millions of microbes in the microbiome.
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Colorful Butterfly Wings Inspire Counterfeit-Proof Tech
The butterfly Pierella luna.
October 6th, 2014
To stop identity thieves and counterfeiters, a group of researchers is looking for inspiration from an unlikely source: butterflies.
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Zombie Cyborg Wood May Lead to Better Night-Vision Cameras
Scanning electron microscope picture of cyberwood, a hybrid material made of tobacco laced with carbon nanotubes.
March 31st, 2015
The cyberwood, which continues to work even after its living components die, is made from a combination of tobacco plant and teensy carbon tubes. The result could lead to better technologies in night-vision cameras and temperature sensors.
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Is 'Nano' Living Up to the Hype? (Kavli Roundtable)
A computer chip produced using nanotechnology.
January 14th, 2015
Is there a future for nanoscience and nanoscale technology?
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