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The new material called Q-carbon allows scientists to produce diamond-related structures at room temperature.
The particle could improve several existing technologies that use dyes, biomarkers or fluorescent tracers.
Adhesive nanoparticles keep sunscreen chemicals from seeping into skin.
A thin, flexible material that can be wrapped around an shape, creates the illusion that the object isn't there.
Scientists have created the first-ever superconducting graphene, a material that conducts electricity with zero resistance.
This biologically inspired filter could quench thirst for space travelers and drought-sufferers alike.
Understanding how to bend materials smoothly or snap them quickly could enable more efficient mechanical designs
We take a look at some of the latest artistic and technological advances that happened this week in the area of light.
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