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Microscopic mesh could be the key to lighter, stronger body armor
New research finds that lattice-structured nanomaterials can better distribute the impact of tiny projectiles.
What are quantum dots, and why are we making them out of tea?
They're everywhere—and they can also treat cancer.
Nanotech Wafer Turns Carbon Dioxide Into Ethanol
Technique to create alcohol from thin air has applications in renewable energy
Chemistry Nobel Prize Awarded For World’s Smallest Machines
European trio's research on nanomachines set the stage for smart materials
The Search of the Perfect Antiviral Has Taken A New Step Forward
Researchers have developed an antiviral polymer with a wide spectrum
Smart Stitches Send Data As They Heal Wounds
These threads could send health info wirelessly to your doctor
Scientists Played Pac-Man With Real Microscopic Organisms
Live action version of the world's favorite arcade game is not sexy
The Nanotech Shirt Helping One Indy Champ Win
This weekend, Tony Kanaan wears something no driver has ever worn before
Liquid Metal ‘Nano Terminator’ Particles Could Fight Cancer
Injected straight into the bloodstream
Time Capsule From 1957 Found During Construction At MIT
Back to the future