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Gold Nanoparticles Melt Your Excess Fat
This is not a scam.
Two-In-One Wires Could Turn Clothes Into Batteries
The wires are able to conduct and store electricity at the same time.
Nano-Tweezers Can Move Molecules With Light
Just in case you were getting bored with the world, we bring you a tiny tweezer made of light beams.
Tiny Gold Motors You Can Drive Inside Cells
They're a step toward motors doctors could one day use to deliver targeted medicine to cells in the body.
How Scientists Could Watch Brain Chemicals Through The Skull
One team is trying to develop a non-invasive way of tracking neurotransmitters as they move through a living brain.
Smart Foam In Football Helmets Measures Impact Of Each Hit
It alerts those on the sidelines when a player recieves a potentially-dangerous hit to the head.
With Help From Bubbles, Tiny Motors Neutralize Chemical Weapons
A new technique could make disposing of liquid chemical weapons faster and cheaper.
This Mona Lisa Replica Is Thinner Than A Human Hair
It's a 30-micron masterpiece.
Laser Nanosensor Can Detect Bacteria In Minutes
This tiny device could eventually measure tumor cells, too.
Experimental Male Birth Control Puts Gold In Your Testes
Safer sex in style