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Black widow spiders could teach nanomaterial experts a thing or two
Scientists are finally unspooling how spider silk works.
The Nano Lightbulb
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way
3D Color Images Of The Brain Reveal Its Glorious Unseen Detail
A huge undertaking that could help researchers visualize neurological diseases
Computer Software Folds DNA Into Bunny Shapes
They're cute, and potentially useful for delivering medicines to the right part of your body
This Tiny Sculpture Is Perched Atop A Human Hair
Fine art at the microscale
Nanobomb Creates Massive Explosion On Tiny Scale
Buckminsterfullerene buckyballs become buckybombs
Tiniest Telecommunications Laser Ever Made, 200 Nanometers Wide
Lasers are getting smaller and more powerful — earlier this month, we saw the first-ever atomic scale laser, and now...
New Microscope Uses X-Rays To Resolve Nanoscale Details
A new type of X-ray microscope — or more appropriately, nanoscope — is another big breakthrough in the world of...
Visible-Light Lens Can See Objects Tinier Than The Light’s Wavelength
Today in clever science tricks: a new kind of microscopy that can see down to resolutions smaller than the wavelength...