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A new materials gets strength and durability from its bone-like structure.
Harvard University engineers design beautiful roses, violets and tulips that are smaller than width of a human hair.
IBM scientists unveiled "A Boy and His Atom," a stop-motion movie made with atoms magnified 100 million times.
A tiny sponge in the boodstream could stop poisons from bacterial infections and snakes -- and might solve the problem of antibiotic resistance.
The porous, honeycomb-like nanofoam may someday protect a soldier's brain from blast trauma.
This is the first time anyone has shown that light can be used to switch the oxidation state of a metal.
A new way of creating the critical polymer molecules in electronics could mean cheaper and greener electronics.
The miniature implant provides immediate analysis of substances found in blood and transmits results to you and your doc.
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