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Engineered Bacteria Can Manufacture Nano-Electronics
Nanowires could be used in small powerful devices
Researchers Accidentally Make Batteries Last 400 Times Longer
Gels and nanowires
Nanowire-Coated Fabric Keeps You Warm So Your House Won’t Have To
The high-tech alternative to throwing on an extra sweater
Biocompatible Transistors Wired Into Living Human Tissue
A new material developed at Harvard and MIT adds a distinctly cybernetic element to the science of tissue engineering. The...
Heart Patch Made of Gold Helps Cardiac Tissue Rebuild Itself
Giving cardiac patients a heart of gold nanowires could ensure engineered tissue works like it should, pulsing in unison to...
Lightweight Cable Made of Braided Nanotubes Could Replace Copper Wires
Cables made out of nanowires could be just as efficient as the copper cables we’ve been using for more than...
Tiny Battery Embedded In a Nanowire Is the Smallest Battery Yet
Nanotechnology promises to enable tiny, intricate circuits powering devices on any surface. But unless they’re harvesting energy from something like...
The World’s First Programmable Nanoprocessor Takes Complex Circuitry to the Nanoscale
Nanocomputers have been around for decades as a concept, but in actual practice they’ve been harder to come by. Now,...
Video: Smallest Li-Ion Battery Ever Created Swells and Contorts While Charging
Findings could lead to better batteries
Nano-Wiretap Device Can Probe and Monitor Cells in Real Time
A new nano-scale wiretap device could tell researchers about the inner workings of cells, according to a new Harvard study....