Artificial muscles ten times smaller than a human hair have a thousand times more twist than previous ones.
Protein fragments in bee venom, called bombolitins, are used to create ultra-sensitive sensor.
Researchers have built transistors out of carbon that can be folded and crumpled like paper.
Phase-change materials allows memory to be stored in the resistance of the material.
MIT researchers get the lead out by creating gas-detecting sensors with your average mechanical pencil.
Cheap, flexible solar cells made from carbon could be coated on everything from buildings to cars to generate power.
A dye composed of carbon nanotubes minimizes light scatter and produces clearer images.
Engineers plan to spray thousands of tons of sun-reflecting particles into the atmosphere to help lower the planet's temperature.
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