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An artificial retina made of organic ink and gold may be able to restore vision someday, a new study suggests.
A new type of 3D computer chip that combines two cutting-edge nanotechnologies could dramatically increase the speed and energy efficiency of processors, a new study finds.
Scientists and engineers at Future Con described the latest discoveries in nanotechnology that are fueling research in space travel and in medicine.
Researchers have developed a sheet-like device that acts as a loudspeaker and microphone and can generate energy from human motion.
Laser printers that "sculpt" images at miniscule scales could one day make color photos that don't fade over time the way ink does, according to a new study.
Researchers have developed a thin, flexible electrode that can measure electrical signals on the skin after being applied like a temporary tattoo.
Electronics such as solar panels and flexible gadgets may someday be able to heal their "wounds," thanks to tiny, self-propelled nanoparticles that detect and repair damage.
For Richard Feynman, it was his father who inspired him to find answers to the world's unanswered questions.
Using a scaffolding built from tobacco viruses, engineers have created a super-efficient nanoscale sponge.
New nanotech is behind the latest hunt to find and track the millions of microbes in the microbiome.
Google is developing nanoparticles that the company hopes will catch early signs of disease, but are there potential drawbacks to the technology?
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