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Black widow spiders could teach nanomaterial experts a thing or two
Scientists are finally unspooling how spider silk works.
Frosty Gullies On Mars, Graphene Kirigami, And Other Amazing Images Of The Week
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Tiny Layered Materials Make Ultra-Light Bulletproof Armor
The key is alternating layers made from materials with different abilities.
Video: MIT Engineers Design Fog-Free, Water-Repellent, Anti-Glare Glass
A new type of nano-structured glass can bounce water and dirt off its surface, cleaning itself and preventing fogging, according...
Nanoresonators Form Super-High-Resolution Display, With Pixels Eight Times Finer Than iPhone’s
Nano-thin sheets of metal can be used to build a tiny high-definition display, according to University of Michigan researchers. They...
Precision Nanoscale Car Parts Self-Assembled From DNA
Scientists program DNA to fold in tightly controlled curves and circles—an important step toward building larger nanomachines.
Gold, DNA Mix Could Result in Biological Nano Spies
Scientists use genetic material to develop gold nanostructures that could report on a cell’s inner workings in real time