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Jellyfish use high-powered ‘syringes’ to shoot venom into your skin
Someday, we could use those mechanics for drug delivery or advanced tech.
Thermoacoustic Headphones Make Sound With Hot Nanotubes
Just call it "Heats by Dre."
Nanotube Yarn Infused With Wax Makes Incredibly Strong Artificial Muscles
Yarn muscles could launch catapults, power intelligent textiles, and help robots move more weight.
7 Amazing Ways Nanotechnology Is Changing The World
Tiny nanoparticles are a huge part of our lives, for better or for worse.
Video: Aerographite, the Lightest Material Ever Created
We’ve been impressed in the past by aerogel, a lattice-like solid that’s almost entirely made of air but can support … Continued
A Tiny Transistor Hooks Up To Individual Proteins In Human Tears
Listening to lysozymes with one of the smallest transistors ever made
Artificial Skin Feels With Nerves Made of Clear Nanotube Springs
A new stretchy, supple synthetic skin prototype developed at Stanford has some impressive pressure sensitivity, deforming and contorting without any … Continued
Video: Nanorockets Could Deliver Drugs Within the Body
The idea of nanorockets zipping around your body delivering drugs sounds a little _Osmosis Jones_y, but German researchers have developed … Continued
Implant Micro-Worms Under Your Skin To Monitor Your Long-Term Health
New nanotube “microworms” could lead to new types of embeddable biological sensors or drug-delivery systems, according to researchers in Boston. … Continued
Heat-Channeling Carbon Nanotubes Produce 100 Times More Energy than Li-ion Batteries
"Thermopower waves" could be a brand-new way to produce electricity