Batteries not required.
According to new research, one flat could ruin the whole thing. Bummer.
It's like nano-asbestos
To make your tap water more delicious
By sending a signal when they encounter certain molecules in your body
Cellulose offers sustainable alternative to metal and plastic
Carbon nanotubes help you decide when it's better to stick with your veggies
Success in the long-sought effort to make artificial pores
Making membranes more porous and more like natural cells
Just try to keep them in one piece this time, 007
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