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The Nano Lightbulb
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way
Super-Thin Electronic Textile Could Dress You In Video
You'll never want to change your clothes again
Scientists Make Friction Disappear By Coating Diamonds With Graphene
The discovery could help make cars, computers, and other machines more efficient
Bubble-Propelled Microbots Zoom Around Inside Live Mice
Putting tiny robots to work
Watch A Spray-On Solar Cell Getting Made
A step toward turning surfaces into solar panels
NASA’s Super-Black Material Arrives In Space
The material is so dark, you can't tell when it's been folded.
Scientists Turn Cigarette Butts Into Electrical Storage
By burning them. No, really.
Tiny Traps Capture Individual Blood Cells
Don't worry, they're humane traps—the cells remain alive inside their translucent pyramidal prisons.
New Material, Darker Than Black, Could Help Space Cameras See Better
Super-dark coatings help calibrate sensitive cameras and absorb unwanted light.
Microscopically Structuring Steel Like Bamboo Makes It Stronger Yet More Flexible
Making a steel tool? You want both qualities.