Nanowires could be used in small powerful devices
Gels and nanowires
The high-tech alternative to throwing on an extra sweater
A new material developed at Harvard and MIT adds a distinctly cybernetic element to the science of tissue engineering. The … Continued
Giving cardiac patients a heart of gold nanowires could ensure engineered tissue works like it should, pulsing in unison to … Continued
Cables made out of nanowires could be just as efficient as the copper cables we’ve been using for more than … Continued
Nanotechnology promises to enable tiny, intricate circuits powering devices on any surface. But unless they’re harvesting energy from something like … Continued
Nanocomputers have been around for decades as a concept, but in actual practice they’ve been harder to come by. Now, … Continued
Findings could lead to better batteries
A new nano-scale wiretap device could tell researchers about the inner workings of cells, according to a new Harvard study. … Continued
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