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This week we go back to the future and forward to the past.
A disposable, lightweight, flexible sensor embedded in a diaper could help prevent diaper rash.
The new sensor could one day be used as artificial skin.
Superhydrophillic nanoparticles coat condoms to trap water and make them more resilient and easier to use.
The ultra-bendable chip may have medical uses, and has already been tested on an artificial eye in the lab.
A new way of texturing surfaces could make certain materials ultra-waterproof.
Scientists have produced the first functional example of the elusive single-atom bit.
Cloaks are usually limited to working in narrow ranges of wavelengths and would likely not work in visible light.
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