Flexible robots are ideal for crawling around and through jumbled piles of rubble.
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Nanomaterial innovators take to Kickstarter to raise funds.
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Scientists have wound carbon nanotube composite yarns around lithium-ion battery fibers and woven them into cotton fiber to create a battery.
Material inspired by fly eyes could be used on windows and mirrors and even protect electrical networks from shorting out or freezing.
From glowing mice to holographic chocolates, scientists and artists alike are using technology to reveal unseen mysteries.
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