A new material could bridge the gap between optics and electronics.
The strongest material in the world could augment our future vision, letting us see in infrared light.
Adding bee venom to nanoparticles kills HIV without killing healthy human cells. ->
Somewhat like effervescent tablets, these little rockets bubble up, then zoom away.
Diamond coatings on joint replacements are safe, and could make them more durable less painful.
With this implant, people could monitor their own glucose or salt levels.
A dye composed of carbon nanotubes minimizes light scatter and produces clearer images.
The highly precise sound waves can be used as a non-invasive surgical tool.
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